Estella Pyfrom, a former teacher in Florida, is making a difference in her community by helping underserved children learn more about technology with the use of a mobile classroom she called the 'Brilliant Bus.' NBC's Kerry Sander reports.
Monday on 'NBC Nightly News,' Kerry Sanders profiled the daughter of migrant farm workers, Estella Pyfrom, who is now providing underserved children with access to technology aboard her 'Brilliant Bus.' It's a project she bankrolled herself after working for decades as a teacher and observing the 'digital divide' first-hand.
Click here to visit the Brilliant Bus website and learn more about Pyfrom's organization.
Retired teacher Estella Pyfrom, 76, has spent nearly a million dollars -- much of it from her own savings -- to provide Internet and computer access to low-income students in Riviera Beach, Florida.