San Diego schools work to bridge digital divide with 3G netbooks

04/14/2011 | San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego schools are planning to give netbooks equipped with 3G Internet service to students at 10 middle schools next year as part of the district's Mobile Learning Program. The program, which began as a pilot at one middle school, is being funded by a $1 million grant from the Federal Communications Commission. It is designed to bridge the digital divide by giving all students Internet access at home.

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