Bridging the Digital Divide for At-Risk Students: Lessons Learned
TLRPTIL Volume 46, Number 2, ISSN 8756-3894
Discusses inequity in computer access for African-Americans and Hispanics in urban public schools. Topics include the importance of elementary school for later success; computer technology use by at-risk students; behavior problems and instructional strategies; and the need for sufficient numbers of computers, adequate teacher training, and curriculum and technology support. (LRW)
Moore, J.L., Laffey, J.M., Espinosa, L.M. & Lodree, A.W. (2002). Bridging the Digital Divide for At-Risk Students: Lessons Learned. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 46(2), 5-9.
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Fannie Cox, University of Louisville, United States
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