As American students rush headlong into the information millennium, pleas that they "carpe diem" have steadily given way to demands that they "carpe computers!" Despite the virtually collective cry for technological excellence, our K-12 public schools have had much difficulty acquiring computers, a well-known point often underscored by techno-skeptics and techno-promoters alike.

In the end, it seems, we have expected our budget-constrained public schools to rely extensively on grants or hand-me-downs and,

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