Computer care

28th February 2003 at 00:00
CHILDREN living with foster carers in Wakefield are being given computers to help them prepare for their exams. More than pound;47,000 of government funding has been used to buy 47 computers and printers for the secondary school pupils, as part of a national initiative to tackle the low performance of children in care.

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