A class without color. I teach Computer Applications to 9th grade students in a high-need community.
For the past two years, the computer lab has not had a color printer nor access to a one within the building. When completing basic formatting techniques and special projects, such as brochures or flyers, black and white output is the only option.
Having a color printer will enable the students to view their work as seen on the monitor. In addition, it will allow me to display my students' creativity as well as foster a sense of pride in their work.
Your help will ensure that my students see their work in a different light--"In Living Color."
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