The Pennsylvania government is spending $3.2 million dollars over the next two years for a controversial initiative to put computers with internet access in more than 4,000 day care centers throughout the state to ensure that children start school computer-ready.

"It's as simple as this: Children who understand computers and the internet are more likely to succeed in the new technology-based economy of the 21st century," said Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge of the initiative, called CyberStart. "CyberStart


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