The term "digital divide" is used to refer to a gap between those people and communities who can effectively use new information and communication tools, such as a computer or the Internet, and those who cannot. The digital divide is affected by race, income, location, age, and gender. As educators, we need to help bridge the digital divide.
Race is the first factor contributing to the digital divide. Black and Hispanic groups still trail considerably behind the national average for PC (personal computer) ownership. Of white households, 55.7 percent own a computer (NTIA). T…
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