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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Just because JCPS was closed on Tuesday, doesn’t mean that students and teachers didn’t show up to school.
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Shaina Davis, 27, worked the night shift at a fast food restaurant when a friend persuaded her to enroll in a tech training program at the local nonprofit AMPED.
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – One local group is working to bridge the digital divide, providing tech training for low-income families in Louisville.
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A party was held in NuLu on Monday to spread the word and try to get people involved with a Louisville charity. The Academy of Music Production Education and Development (AMPED), a non-profit that lets kids experiment with music, hosted the event at the Green Building.
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“If we can get them college-educated, get them understanding at middle school age that it’s important, then our goal is halfway met,” AMPED Education Director Melanie Christopher said.
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Christopher added by making sure education and training extends to young people with less opportunity, Louisville has the chance to be at the forefront of a tech revolution.