Natasha Lipson

Senior, New Roads High School

Guest

Senior at New Roads High School, a private, alternative High School in Los Angeles, California, and contributor to its JAG Rag, student magazine

Natasha Lipson on KCRW

Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

The Internet and Education

Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

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Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

Is the Internet Making School Kids Experts or Idiots?

Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

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