From Digital Divide to Digital Opportunity

The Clinton-Gore Administration:
From Digital Divide to Digital Opportunity

Photo from Wednesday's Event

Wednesday, February 2, President Clinton unveiled a comprehensive proposal to help bridge the digital divide and create new opportunity for all Americans. President Clinton believes that we must make access to computers and the Internet as universal as the telephone is today -- in our schools, libraries, communities, and homes. Please read the documents below to learn more about the Clinton-Gore Administration’s: From the Digital Divide to Digital Opportunity proposal.

From Digital Divide to Digital Opportunity

Digital Opportunity

The Clinton-Gore Agenda For Creating Digital Opportunity

The Importance of Bridging the Digital Divide

A Strong Record of Working to Close the Digital Divide

Community Technology Centers

Digital Divide Text from State of the Union Speech

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