The National Broadband Plan should include designs to provide one laptop per child and support ubiquitous computing. The new Administration should provide federal funding to school districts that implement a one-to-one laptop program for students in grades 6 through 12 and provide funding for teachers, students, and parents who receive training in technology-rich educational services and applications. It should also provide tax incentives and other support that encourage America's businesses to donate their old computers to economically disadvantaged families.
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