Aboriginal children to
The computers are
|The size of a small textbook.||Feature built-in wireless||Are extremely durable,||Save energy.|
The laptops will be given to children ages 6-10. Schools in aboriginal communities will help distribute them.
Each laptop includes basic programs and 8 software programs that focus on issues facing aboriginal youth. This enables then to connect with their cultures while gaining skills in technology. Programs include:
issues like bullying and
pressure to use drugs or
Stronach's foundation hopes to partner with more governments to extend the program
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