The New York Foundling organization launched its first-ever digital inclusion program for 200 city foster kids on Saturday. A classroom full of 18 teens was quiet one Saturday afternoon in Greenwich Village, save for some keyboard taps. Mufasa Peterson was finishing a typing test, clicking most keys with his index finger. “Let me show you something,” said Jerelyn Rodriguez, one of the teachers in the room, as she suggested where Peterson could rest his fingers to type faster.
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