Journal of Special Education and Technology
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This paper analyzes the intersection of technology and diversity in classrooms with reference to the implications of the inequity of access and usage for under-represented groups including low-income, minority students, students from culturally diverse backgrounds, students with disabilities, and female students. Strategies at national and individual levels to facilitate a process of digital inclusion for all children are identified.
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Kalyanpur, Maya PhD and Kirmani, Mubina H. Ed.D., "Diversity and Technology: Classroom Implications of the Digital Divide" (2005). School of Leadership and Education Sciences: Faculty Scholarship. 12.