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Internet Access in U.S. Public Schools and Classrooms: 1994 - 2001


Selected Findings

School Connectivity

Students and Computer Access

Operating Systems, Memory Capacity, and Disk Space

Special Hardware and Software for Students with Disabilities

The Internet as a Way to Communicate with Parents and Students

Technologies and Procedures to Prevent Student Access to Inappropriate Material on the Internet

Related Information

List of Tables

Full Report (PDF)
line Selected Findings

This report presents key findings from the survey "Internet Access in U.S. Public Schools, Fall 2001." For selected topics, data from previous FRSS Internet surveys are presented as well. The findings are organized as follows:

  • school connectivity;
  • students and computer access;
  • operating systems, memory capacity, and disk space;
  • special hardware and software for students with disabilities;
  • the Internet as a way to communicate with parents and students; and
  • technologies and procedures to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet.

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