This paper investigates the technological divide: that gulf that develops between rich and poor school-age children, and how they gain access to and utilize either effectively or not the wealth of information technology promises to provide. Inequality of educational opportunity has existed since the very first schools in the United States, when men like Horace Mann tried to level the information playing field with the common school and common library.
Kleiman, Matthew and Rudel Weinreich, Joan
"Technological Inequality in Education,"
Essays in Education: Vol. 11
, Article 4.
Available at: https://openriver.winona.edu/eie/vol11/iss1/4