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Writer must be in education field. Harvard style referencing Dissertation topic: Do students in different schools have equal opportunities with regards to classroom technology and how it affects their curricular activities. Research aim: To investigate how students primarily make use of technology in the classroom to identify, gather, organise, examine and respond to information. This paper aims to compare and contrast two areas of a town in which two schools are equipped in different ways and to differing degrees of sophistication, and to analyse the use to which the students put their available technology.