Government Funds and Internet Education
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This paper supports the argument that educating students to use the Internet is one of the best and most effective ways of insuring their success once they graduate. The author argues that without the ability to use the knowledge that is available on the Internet, or World Wide Web, it is impossible to succeed in today's world. The Internet also serves as a window to the world for today's students and allows them to learn about other societies and promotes global awareness. The author argues that without more government funding these skills will only be available to the wealthy who attend private schools, when these skills could open up the world to all students, rich or poor.
From the Paper:"The Internet allows children to learn more about themselves and the world around them. The federal government currently allocates only about six percent of the funding for public schools with state and local governments picking up the remainder of the tab. he federal government deeply affects education through its policy making, regulatory, research and development activities. The government must further support and urge local and state governments to provide Internet access to children and to foster and support initiatives and activities that will enhance the learning process utilizing the Internet. What we put in our students today, they will give back ten times tomorrow."
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