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  • I-DEA program, computers for CBC adult English language learners

    CBC student Daniel Tovar of Pasco shares how he and classmates are benefiting from the Integrated Digital English Acceleration (I-DEA) program. The college recently purchased 125 laptop computers and the English language learning modules for 241 students enrolled at the Columbia Basin Access Center in Pasco. A $100,000 grant and $33,000 donation from Mission Support Alliance funded the purchases.

I-DEA program, computers for CBC adult English language learners

CBC student Daniel Tovar of Pasco shares how he and classmates are benefiting from the Integrated Digital English Acceleration (I-DEA) program. The college recently purchased 125 laptop computers and the English language learning modules for 241 students enrolled at the Columbia Basin Access Center in Pasco. A $100,000 grant and $33,000 donation from Mission Support Alliance funded the purchases.
Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald