Working-class children fall foul of digital divide (28 Apr 2005)
The socio-economic differences are striking: 88% of middle-class children but only 61% of working-class youngsters have accessed the internet at home. The data suggests that well-established advantages enjoyed by many middle-class children, such as access to books and help with their homework, also extend to technology.
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