Mich. district to take $46M school-tech upgrade to voters

08/11/2011 | AnnArbor.com (Mich.)

School board officials in Ann Arbor, Mich., approved a plan to ask voters in February for $46 million to overhaul and upgrade technology in district schools. The ballot measure will ask voters to approve a new tax to fund a strategic plan that would bring the district up to "international standards" in technology and achievement. The board had considered scheduling the vote for November, but decided it needed more time to explain the benefits of the proposal to residents.

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