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This web-site article “Computers in the Classroom: Uses, Abuses, and Political Realities” focuses on the claims and promises –both positive and negative– that were expected to result from the introduction of computers into the (public school) classroom. As it turned out, the best hopes and worst fears did not effectively materialize. Instead, the realities are many: one segment of this paper describes how networked computers are good tools for collaborative project work, because, by definition, the information age requires immediate access to and use of information to be shared by many. –CK


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