A Florida town is giving laptop computers to the children of migrant farmers in an effort to boost their education, National Public Radio reports. Immokalee, Fla., is the largest center for migrant farm workers on the East Coast. Juan Medina, a former agricultural worker, worked the fields with his family, planting onions in west Texas and picking tomatoes in Homestead, Fla. Medina now works for the Florida Department of Education, trying to help the children of migrant workers deal with the challenges of migrant life. He is part of a town effort to help the children in school. His new

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