A new survey to be released today shows that students with home internet access are becoming increasingly disappointed with their online experience at school. As today's youth continue to embrace the internet, their rising expectations for school connectivity have resulted in a near-doubling of dissatisfaction in school internet access among nine- to 17-year olds since 2000, the survey's authors say.

"Children, Families, and the Internet 2003," produced by market research firm Grunwald Associates, used a combination of online and telephone surveys to poll thousands of American children ages 6 to 17 and parents of children


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