Paying bills, doing a quick search on Google to see what time a shop opens or reading up on the 1952 summer Olympics all from the comfort of our homes are a few of the many ways surfing the net has become an integral part of life. But wi-fi at home is something many take for granted and the lack of at-home access has become apparent in the context of schooling. A survey by state-owned Network for Learning found this access has a link to lower-decile schools; a digital divide stemming from wealth. Principals in some of Rotorua's lower-decile schools

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