Analyzes national survey data on children's differential access to computers at home and school, noting varying conditions that affect how children experience computers. In 1998, over 75 percent of children had access to computers at school, though computer experiences differed by socioeconomic status. Poorer students had significantly less access to home computers than did wealthier students.
Who's wired and who's not: Children's access to and use of computer
The Future of Children, 10(2), 44–75.