Through strong partnerships and the leveraging of our expertise in technology and education, IEA’s current mission is to lessen the effects of the digital divide by disseminating devices to students in need through the TECHGAP program. IEA understands that the lack of access to modern information and communications technology is a major cause of uneven educational and professional outcomes among disadvantaged populations and is committed to addressing this divide in creative and impactful ways.

The dissemination of free computers and technology (#ieafreetech!) can go an incredibly long way for disadvantaged families where students are unable to leverage these tools for their educational journey. By supporting the TECHGAP program through our Fill The Gap campaign, you can help put a computer in the hands of a student who would otherwise go without.

Computer and internet access

Through request and registration.  IEA  manages registration, asset management reporting, devices ordering and distribution, monitoroing and tracking for outcomes reporting

Research and Evaluation

A two year study geared towards improving the collaboration of non

Nonprofit collaboration for reduction of technology infrastructure

Nonprofit collaboration for reduction of technology infrastructure

centralized outcoes reporting repository

cnetralized outcomes reporting database to replicate know good outcomes for nonprofits to consume under their Business Model and Brand


Empowering entrepreneurs/artist in low income areas by way of IEA’s Alliance Model

Supporting Local Public School DIstricts

Working together, we can support our disadvantage communities. Below are some featured school districts located in the DMV area.

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Students in Baltimore City Public Schools

Students in Anne Arundel County Public Schools

Students in Prince George's County Public Schools

Students in District of Columbia Public Schools

Get In Touch

1401 Severn Street, Baltimore Md 21220
+1 443 325 2506