In another study: More than half of K-12 computers obsolete, according to CRITO study

September 1999
Electronic Education Report;09/15/99, Vol. 6 Issue 17, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that more than half of all computers used in K-12 schools are out of date, with almost two-thirds of all elementary school machines at a limited capacity.


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