Cox donates Google Chromebooks to low-income, remote learners

COX COMMUNICATIONS donated 40 Chromebooks to College Visions of Providence, a nonprofit serving low-income, first-generation college-bound students. / COURTESY COX COMMUNICATIONS
WEST WARWICK – Working to combat the digital divide for low-income students, Cox Communications donated Google Chromebooks to several local nonprofits. The devices will help students learning remotely during the pandemic, the company said in a statement. With help from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island, 15 Chromebooks were given to students without access…

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