Electronic School, September 1998, p. A38

With millions and millions of old computers heading for the garbage, several grass roots and non-profit groups are trying to steer outdated machines to schools.

Problem is, many schools don't want them.

Computer donations to schools are skyrocketing, thanks to tax deductions donors can claim and the near-zero resale value of old PCs (especially 286s and 386s). But many schools shun computers that aren't Pentiums or better.

But those who run computer donor programs


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