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Sunday Cover (Education: The Digital Divide) #387706

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 30, 1999
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(Studio: John Roberts) The "digital divide" between students trained and not trained in computers examined; examples cited. [High school senior Sam NEWNAM - explains the doors opened to him via computers.] [Scientific visualization teacher Roy KIMMINS - says the students will enter jobs not yet created!; wants all students to have equal assess to technology.] [June 5, 1998, President CLINTON - says all students should feel comfortable with computers.] [Chemistry teacher Harriett TILLETT - cites the edge of having computers at home; points out the technology limits in her school.] [Student Meghan GRIFFITH - says she would be overwhelmed without computer training.] [Auto mechanics TEACHER, drafting STUDENT, NEWNAM - note the need for computers.]

Roberts, John

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