June 5, 2019

At Juana Manso Elementary, a school in the Dock Sud neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina, it’s a thrill to watch students use computers to explore new corners of the world—but easy access to technology wasn’t always an option. Computers were just too expensive for the school to afford, and so hardworking teachers were using outdated textbooks and materials to inspire their students. But thanks to the efforts of Libertad y Progreso, one of Atlas Network’s local partners, computers are much more affordable than they used to be.

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