The Internet Access Gap in Education

The Internet Access Gap in Education - More than a third of the poorest children do not have internet access at home, and a similar number do not have a computer, official figures suggest.
 As many schools are racing to adopt the latest technologies—tablets, e-readers, cell phones—in their classrooms, low income students and poorly funded school districts are being left in the dust. A survey of middle and high school teachers released Thursday found that the growing gap in internet access between rich and poor students is leading to increasingly troubling disparities in education. PEW Report
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