The univac revolutionized the use of a computer by

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The UNIVAC revolutionized the use of a computer  by allowing governmental agencies and business  companies to deal with a booming population and  for payroll applications.  The United States Census Bureau and the  General Electric's Appliance Park Facility were the  first clients to utilized this computer. 03/31/1951 Universal Automatic  Computer or UNIVAC
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The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of  1965 brought new money into schools for  technology.  Mainframe and minicomputers are put into place  in some schools, but most are used for  administration or for school counseling.  04/11/1965 Elementary and  Secondary Education Act
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Ronald Reagan is re-elected; 31 states use 13,000  personal computers (PC) for career guidance,  computer-based tutorials, and learning games are  developed by software manufacturers. 04/25/1984 Computers In U.S.  Classrooms
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The beginning of the Internet age in the public  schools was first initiated by President Bill Clinton  and Vice-President Al Gore as part of the drive to  connect California public schools to the Internet.  03/09/1996 Internet in the Public  Schools
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