Education Week, October 21, 1998, p. 15
A controversial initiative in Pennsylvania would install Internet connections in more than 4,000 day-care centers at no cost to those licensed sites.
The program will cost $1.6 million and is the brainchild of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge. Dubbed “Cyberstart,” the program’s main thrust would be to establish a “Creative Learning Institute,” which will be charged with the development of computer programs for pre-school children.
Critics are arguing that other developmental concerns need to be addressed in pre-school children and that technology can even be dangerous to young students by impairing their vision and motor skills development.
- School District Establishes Interactive Learning Solution - April 15, 2021
- Learn how to keep students safe online during remote learning - October 2, 2020
- How can you protect your students online during hybrid and remote learning? - September 25, 2020