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University donates books, computers
The university donated 93 used computers and 1,500 books to Fair Haven School in New Haven last week. The computers came from the Arnold Bernhard Library and the books were leftover from a book drive in Orange, Conn. Fair Haven School is a “newcomers school,” where many of its students have just immigrated to the U.S. The computers will help students improve their keyboard skills and raise the test scores at the school, according to a university press release. Fair Haven School is one of the professional development schools that the School of Education works with.