As states gear up to implement the changes required by the newly reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act, a new report from the American Electronics Association (AeA) and the NASDAQ stock market exchange reveals just how much work is needed to prepare students to succeed in the 21st century.

"CyberEducation 2002," released Jan. 15, examines computer and internet access in schools, achievement scores in math and science, and performance standards for students and teachers. The report highlights the progress that has been made in recent years, but warns that more improvement is needed to make


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