Educators who have yet to do so might have to re-evaluate their current instructional strategies in light of a new survey compiled for the Pew Internet & American Life Project; it indicates internet use is nearly ubiquitous for today's teens. Of those youngsters surveyed, 87 percent said they use the internet.

  • About half of the young people who have online access say they go on the internet every day, up from 42 percent in 2000.

  • Three-quarters of wired teens use instant messaging (IM), compared with 42 percent of online
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