Later this month, Boston will become one of the first large urban school districts in the nation to meet the president's 1996 challenge to wire every school to the internet by the turn of the century.

On October 25 Boston Net Day will celebrate a major milestone: networking every school, library and community center via a high-speed cable to the internet. It's the only major city school district that can make that claim, according to Steve Gag, the mayor's technology advisor and one of the project's organizers.

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