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Resource ID: #20320
Subject: Technology
Source: Education Week
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Date: 10-May

Description

This story offers a look at the "Digital Divide", the wide disparities between the technologically advanced and those at a significant disadvantage. Case studies of Houston and Pittsburgh public schools highlight some of the wide differences in access to technology, even in the same school district. The story also touches on another aspect of the digital divide: that simply installing computers does not solve the problem. Sometimes using technology to teach helps, and in other cases it hurts. The methods of teaching, too, significantly alter the benefits students receive.

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