➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
US: Bridging the Digital Divide to Help Youth Succeed After Foster Care
Chronicle of Social Change – June 07, 2017
According to a study by nonprofit organizations iFoster and Foster Care Counts, a researcher at the University of Southern California found that access to a personal computer positively impacts the lives of youth in foster care. The study evaluated the impact of computer ownership on 730 youths’ lives by measuring academic performance, social connections and life satisfaction.
Laptops Matter! New Study by iFoster: https://www.ifoster.org/iNewsCompDetails.aspx?NewsID=109