KUNA, Idaho — Idaho students will be learning from home for the rest of the school year due to the coronavirus, however, some students do not have the crucial resources they need for online learning – a laptop and an internet connection.

Idaho Business for Education launched the Community Activation Project to combat this issue, gathering unused laptops donated from the community for Idaho students.

According to Rod Gramer, president and CEO of Idaho Business for Education, IBE has seven teams spread across Idaho to facilitate CAP.

“We’ve organized seven teams around the state of IBE leaders and we’re going to try to work with these seven communities and surrounding school districts to gather these devices, sanitize them, wipe them of sensitive information, and get them to these students,” Gramer said.

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