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E-Rate and the Digital Divide: A Preliminary Analysis From the Integrated Studies of Educational Technology

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The Urban Institute, E-Rate and the Digital Divide: A Preliminary Analysis From the Integrated Studies of Educational Technology (Sept. 21, 2000) (full-text).

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This early look at the E-rate program was part of a new initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, intended to expand its knowledge of how technology is changing American education. The report was based on an analysis of E-Rate administrative records covering the first two years of program operation, that were linked to detailed national data on all public and private schools and libraries in the U.S. (a combined total of nearly one million records).

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