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The KickStart Initiative

(NOTE: This publication is no longer actively maintained by the Benton Foundation, but it remains available as a historic record of our past work. Because of this, some of the hyperlinks on this page may no longer function.)

KickStart Initiatives are community-based efforts to bring the Information Superhighway to all individuals through schools, libraries, and community centers.

This site, divided in four sections, offers guidance, ideas, tools, and real-world examples to help community leaders launch KickStart Initiatives.

Connecting People and Communities to the Information Superhighway

A Leadership Guide to Getting There

Resource on Intellectual Property, Privacy, and Security

Resources for Communities

This KickStart site provides a full overview of the contents of this site, as well as the KickStart Call to Action, and Key Messages.

KickStart Initiatives is a report of the United States National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council.

This online version has been brought to you by the Benton Foundation.
The entire document, as well as individual sections of KickStart Initiatives: Connecting America's Communities to the Information Superhighway, is also available via FTP and gopher.

Return to the KickStart and Nation of Opportunity index page.