A pilot project by North Carolina's Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is putting computer labs into a local apartment complex to help bridge the technology gap among students and help those with limited English skills learn the language, reports the Chapel Hill News. The school district has partnered with Durham-based apartment owners General Services Corp. to create residential computer labs for students. The pilot lab opened last week at Carolina Apartments. More than 60 percent of dwellers in the 209-unit, low-to-moderate income development are families, including around 90 students. "To meet the needs of students in the district across the digital...

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