Today, Thomas Edison Elementary School in Covington, Kentucky became the latest recipient of a No Child Left Offline donation. Tomas Edison Elementary School’s Family Resource Center received laptops, printers and audio-visual equipment to better support school students and families. The donation was part of ConnectKentucky’s No Child Left Offline® (NCLO) program, an innovative initiative designed to help close the digital divide among Kentucky’s youth, and a donation by Duke Energy Corporation, a leading energy company focused on electric power and gas distribution operations, and other energy services in the Americas.
Since the creation of No Child Left Offline, more than 2,000 children, families and schools have benefited from the programs distributions.
To learn more about the recent No Child Left Offline Distribution, read more.
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