Bell County receives No Child Left Of...

Bell County receives No Child Left Offline computers

There are 1 comment on the Louisville Business First story from May 4, 2008, titled Bell County receives No Child Left Offline computers. In it, Louisville Business First reports that:

No Child Left Offline donated 202 computers to Bell County sixth-graders through a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission in a ceremony held today at Yellow Creek School Center in Middlesboro, Ky. via Louisville Business First

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silence do good

Corbin, KY

#1 Jun 17, 2008
the computer that my child was given it was broken on the back of the computer I had to take it apart and fix it and also it was full of viruses ,which I did not know about until I had internet hooked up. I was very disappointed because I was lead to beleave that the computers were in good condition .

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