Colorado school district tries to bridge the digital divide by getting up-to-date computers in the classrooms

Colorado school district tries to bridge the digital divide by getting up-to-date computers in the classrooms

GREELEY, CO – DECEMBER 15: Students use computers to review for their geometry final at Northridge High School, on December 15, 2016 in Greeley, Colorado. There are not quite enough computers to go around. The class has ten computers in the classroom, but can occasionally use carts full of computers they share with the rest of the school. The school district is working hard to supply computers and technology skills to students without a big tax base to help with funding. The schools hope to help students with limited tech skills become prepared for an increasingly digitized economy. (Photo by Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)

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