Dell Inc. has announced a new program intended to provide access to technology for Gulf Coast schools damaged by hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Students from 15 hurricane-ravaged school districts in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas soon will have access to educational content thanks to a donation of mobile computer labs from Dell, the State Educational Technology Directors Association, and Cable in the Classroom. “Now these schools can bring the mobile computer carts from classroom to classroom, giving more students access to technology and information,” said Karen Bruett, vice president of Dell’s K-12 business. “This donation is an example of how a global company like Dell can help enable local benefits to customers and communities. We encourage other companies and organizations to help us revitalize these schools by donating any products or services they can.”