Grant to help Geneva cross ‘digital divide’

GENEVA — People often talk about the “digital divide,” where wealthier communities enjoy the technological advantages of computers and internet access, while those in lower income backgrounds many times live without them, often because of cost.

In education, the ability to have digital access and computers after the class day ends has become critical.

A grant of $43,100 by Charter Communications (Spectrum) to the Geneva Education Foundation, the Geneva Public Library and the Boys & Girls Club of Geneva looks to change that.

Finger Lakes Times

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