ADSL, a lightning-fast internet access technology that could make clicking through web pages as easy as flipping through a book, might be widely available to your schools by this fall.

ADSL (short for "asymmetric digital subscriber line") has been hailed as one of the most exciting developments in connectivity in years, offering zippy speeds over standard telephone lines at reasonable costs.

Larry Plumb, director of media relations for Bell Atlantic's internet services, said ADSL could be a significant option for school districts. "By increasing bandwidth, you can incorporate more...

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