“As the first adult charter school East of the River, we have deep roots here,” said Dr. Jason Lody, CEO of Community College Preparatory Academy. “We want to partner with local school communities and provide any resources we can to help them succeed.”
According to recent studies, the average middle-class household in the United States has approximately 11 devices/computers for accessing the internet. However, for our community, the number of devices per household ranges from zero to two.
CCPrep is committed to community engagement, and giving back to those in need. The families who will receive these Chromebooks will now have improved access to technology, thus allowing their children to better engage with learning materials, and give parents additional opportunities from potential new career/academic paths to engaging with local events, and much more.
“We hope these computers will help learners of all ages remain engaged with the learning process – anytime, and in any place,” said Lody.