Hundreds of students at Toledo Public Schools who live in low-income housing have little to no access to computers when the school day ends. In today’s technology-dependent world, that can present a challenge.
“It’s a lot to pack all five of my kids up into the vehicle with car seats and teenagers and little ones,” says Joanna White, who has to take her kids to the library to access computers for homework. “It makes all the difference in the world to have them do homework at home while I am in the kitchen cooking dinner, because even if you get to the library who is to say the computers are available?”
See the full story at 13abc.com.