Cable industry works to bridge digital divide for students

12/4/2009 | eSchool News (free registration)

The nation's top cable companies have proposed a plan to train students in media literacy and offer discounted computers and broadband service to low-income middle-school students. The National Cable & Telecommunications Association is leading the project and wants to level the playing field for students who need access to technology at home to keep up with their peers.

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