Detroit-area districts forgo laptop program due to costs

03/8/2004 | Detroit Free Press

Several metropolitan Detroit districts have decided not to apply for Freedom to Learn grants because they fear the laptop subsidy program for Michigan sixth-graders will require them to assume additional costs for training and repair. The grants lower initial low-income district costs for participating in the program to just $25 a student.

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