Los Angeles students call for increased access to technology

03/6/2012 | KQED.org

Students from some high schools in low-income areas of Los Angeles attended the recent Digital Media and Learning conference in San Francisco, where they called for policies to increase their access to technology in school. Many of the students described their frustration with current restrictive policies and a lack of adequate and up-to-date equipment, all of which they say are hampering their education and limiting their opportunities to compete against students from wealthier schools.

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