Pennsylvania governor wants laptops in 100 high schools

02/9/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell's budget proposal earmarks $20 million to place a laptop in every English, math, science and history classroom in 100 Pennsylvania high schools. In his budget address, the governor noted that teachers are still using blackboards and textbooks that quickly become outdated to teach students whose "brain and approach to the world are hardwired to technology."

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