Arden University donates laptops to help the national drive to tackle digital poverty

26th Jan

Arden University, one of the UK’s pioneers in flexible online learning has donated 50 laptops to help the national drive to tackle digital poverty.

School children in need of computer equipment for learning at home will benefit from a donation by the university. 

Following the news of the latest lockdown and school closures, schools across the country have been in need of laptops for disadvantaged school children as their learning turns online.

After being inspired by the BBC ‘Make a Difference’ campaign, Arden University – which has a study centre in London has stepped in to help with a donation of 50 new laptops that will be distributed to those in need across the region.

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