The Digital Divide Just Isn't What It Used To Be

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A new report by the Kaiser Family Foundation adds to the vast literature about the “digital divide” in America. As with past studies of this sort, though, the gaps it documents seem less remarkable than the continuing proliferation of Internet access across population groups. Among children age 8-18, 82 percent of those with college-educated parents have Internet access at home.

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