Atlanta Black Star: How Black STEM Students Are Keeping Philadelphia’s School Technology In Working Order, One Computer At a Time

Image of an African American boy sitting at a computer doing an online lesson.

West Philadelphia High School responded to the pandemic like many other school districts across the country by sending its nearly 198,000 students home to learn on school-issued Chromebooks. Naturally, the technology endured wear and tear, and the district tapped one of its three computer systems networking programs to get the devices back in working order.

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