The Congressional Web-based Education Commission, a bipartisan federal panel charged with making recommendations on the future of educational technology, unveiled the results of more than a year of testimony and research at a Washington, D.C., press conference on Dec. 19, 2000.

In its report, the commission called upon President-elect George W. Bush and the 107th Congress to embrace seven goals—including broadband access, technology training and support, further research, high-quality online content, and sustained funding—as the centerpiece for U.S. education policy.

Entitled "The Power of the Internet for Learning," the report


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