The digital divide in educating African-American students and workers
Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University, 2000 - Business & Economics - 24 pages
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1-8 All Races 14 income category 9-12 All Races access to information American Indian n/a Asian n/a attended by minority Bill Bradley Black students Black workers Black-White gap category dummies included children age 6-18 Computer Assisted Instruction computer at least computer in school computer keyboard computer technology computers at home computers in high CPS data Current Population Survey digital divide dummy variable family income gap in computer grades high school students higher omitted category Hispanic students identified omitted category income category dummies information technology linear probability models meta-analyses minority students Omitted race group percent of Black percent of White percentage points less prison race and Hispanic racial gap Sample excludes individuals Sample includes school or classified SMSA size categories SMSA type includes Standard errors student achievement studies Table teachers test scores type dummies included type includes central values for computer Wenglinsky White students White workers yes 14 income