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According to 13 WTHR, an Indianapolis is launching an e-Summer School to help low income families get their kids ready for kindergarten. 

With schools closed, families have had to adjust to e-learning.“There’s a major technological gap in our country and people that don’t have access to computers and internet those are the children who are going to fall behind their peers who are actually using the computer at home with their families,” said the Director of Public Relations at Waterford.org Kim Fischer.

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