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Teaching kids technology, supporting the underserved, reducing the technological divide

Baby Promise, a project of the Kingsley Association, focuses on reducing the technological divide between parents and children, as well as between low-income and more affluent families. Using tools ranging from tablet computers and LeapFrog e-readers to refrigerator letters, Baby Promise introduces kids six years old and younger to use technology in purposeful, meaningful ways. The curriculum of the program promotes digital and traditional literacy, granting lower income families the opportunity to access quality early child education, eliminating many barriers to participation by providing technology tutoring for children and their parents in the comfort of their own home.

Baby Promise was last modified: December 1st, 2014 by Matt Hannigan