Charter's Pilot Program to Provide Free Internet & Digital Literacy Training


Subject: Technology
Grade Level: N/A
Source: Charter Communications

Charter Communications and One Economy, a global non-profit organization that leverages the power of technology to improve the lives of low income people, will partner with local community agencies in a pilot program to provide up to 1,000 St. Louis area households with free Internet service, training and affordable technology.

Charter's Pilot Program to Provide Free Internet & Digital Literacy Training

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