In a school where three computer terminals supply internet access to 750 students and only five telephone lines connect the staff to outside resources, communication poses a daily challenge. Thanks to a federal project called "Safe Schools," however, officials at Bell Multicultural High School in Washington, D.C., are using cellular phones to strengthen their links to the community while improving student safety.
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