SDG 04: Quality Education

A visual representation of America's digital literacy

Waitress Renita Rhynes (L), 53, and Jinny Hanson, 64, a former postal worker, attend a basic computer class at the Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow (FIT) workforce development center in Las Vegas, Nevada October 20, 2011. Image: REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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