Richmond Confidential: IT academy at De Anza aims to bridge digital divide


Jakelin Santos, a junior at De Anza High School, spent Saturday morning inspecting an open computer tower. Inside she saw a mess of wires and cords. Undaunted, she started carefully cleaning it with a small dusting brush, getting it ready so she and her classmates could diagnose why the computer was here.

Santos is part of De Anza High School’s Information Technology Academy. This past weekend the academy hosted its first “Free Fix Day” of the school year in De Anza’s school cafeteria.

Reposted from Richmond Confidential. Read the full story here.

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