Three people gesturing toward a Chromebook laptop

Computers for distance learning

income equityAndy Chambers, Summer Camps DirectorMar 19, 2020

I received an email from my colleague Matt Norris today. Matt runs Minnesota Afterschool Advance, which uses a tax credit to cover 75% of the cost of educational programs outside of school. These programs include summer camps, tutoring, and driver’s ed. And it turns out this same credit can be used to cover 75% of the price of a Chromebook for families whose annual income is not more than $33,500. If eligible, you can get a Chromebook for less than $50 to help with distance learning!