Georgia district considers massive wireless notebook deal

03/1/2005 | eSchool News (free registration)

Next week, Cobb County schools chief Joe Redden will ask the school board to approve a four-year, $69.9 million lease agreement with Apple Computer to provide more than 63,000 iBook G4 laptop computers, along with software, maintenance and training. If approved, the phased-in "Power to Learn" program would be among the largest one-to-one learning projects in the country and would be one of the first to give laptops to both middle school and high school students.

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