Computer literacy program looking to expand to Black Belt

A program by Microsoft called Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS), which is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that connects classroom teachers with tech-industry volunteers, through remote and in-classroom learning, to create sustainable computer science and technology education programs, is looking to expand into the Black Belt region of Alabama.
Amber Pope was one of the first instructors to bring the TEALS program to Alabama and has been with the organization for over three years.

 


See complete story in the Pickens County Herald.
Subscribe now!