Being a teacher in a low income school, Lake Taylor HS in Norfolk, VA, and a product of a high income school, F W Cox HS in Virginia Beach, VA, I have had the opportunity to see both sides of the coin. The article "Comments of the Black Community Crusade for Children (BCCC)" stresses the fact that all students, black or white, should have the same chance to gain access to the information superhighway.
This means that there may be some uneven spending across the board, but this is only to bring the deprived schools into the nineties and out of the seventies. All schools need phone line access and possibly modems, however some schools already have the computers to support the hardware others need the computers as well as the hardware.
There needs to be some determination as to which schools need what. Possibly a survey sent to all schools for their inventory. Space for computers must also be a consideration in the expenditure. Possibly even staff positions to hold night labs for the students, and possibly parents, use.