Teen training part of drive to wire Miami’s low-income homes

The Miami Herald reports on local efforts to educate low-income students about computer hardware in addition to software. A $600,000 foundation grant has helped a national nonprofit organization called One Economy set up a teen Digital Connectors program which teaches young residents of East Little Havana to use and service computers. (Note: This site requires registration.)

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