Stimulus funding brings netbooks to Detroit schools

03/3/2011 | Detroit Free Press

A $49 million plan to provide netbooks to 40,000 students and teachers is fully under way in Detroit Public Schools. The district purchased the computers for the Technology Infusion Plan using federal stimulus money. "This investment will ensure that any barriers to technological accessibility are removed for our students and open up their classrooms to the world," Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb said.

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