Computer Equity and Computer Educators (You)
Computing Teacher Volume 11, Number 8, ISSN 0278-9175
Addresses from two perspectives the problem of providing opportunities for all students to gain knowledge and skills required to use microcomputers: appropriate microcomputer use in the classroom and curriculum, and its role as an indicator of the nature of public education, a catalyst for educational reform, and an equalizer. (MBR)
Lipkin, J. (1984). Computer Equity and Computer Educators (You). Computing Teacher, 11(8), 19-21.