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The Internet A Necessity Or Luxury In The Public School Classroom Modems e-mail wwws and coms - are these phrases merely a part of a worldwide fad or are they here to stay And if they are then what role should they play in the future of public education Many times new things come along and we all jump on the big boat of opportunity so quickly that we forget to look at the long term merits of what were boarding The Internet is a good example of this and we should all take a much closer look before we decide whether the Internet has a purpose and a place in the public schools of tomorrow Education is merely preparing students for the future But what is the future No one can say with certainty But by taking a quick look around us we can guess that the Internet will play a prominent role in our future If we look at the stock market for example we can see internet and technology stocks skyrocketing beginning their first day on the market Or turn on the television and one will surely hear a commercial telling everyone to check out their companys web site for more information on their product Daily we can see the Internet becoming more integrated in our lives and in the lives of our youth Without the internet in our schools how will teachers instruct students to take full advantage of what the internet has to offer After establishing that the Internet is indeed a growing part of our society that will not likely disappear soon schools and their administrators must decide if the Internet is a necessity or a luxury The answer is simple the Internet is a luxury If it were a necessity for public schools survival then how have they made it this far without it Though the Internet is a luxury that does not mean it has
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