Bridging the divide

23rd April 2004 at 01:00
The digital divide between the computer haves and have-nots will not be solved until every child has access to a PC at home, says arts minister Estelle Morris. She is chair of the e-Learning Foundation. You can help by visiting the foundation's website to see how you can help andor your students might benefit. Better still, visit the Toshiba website ( and enter the free competition for a Portege A100 laptop computer. Toshiba promises to give 50p to the foundation's Access Denied Appeal for every entry received.

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