Fla. district uses funding to take music lessons high-tech

10/15/2013 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

Officials in a Florida school district will use a portion of a voter-approved referendum, expected to direct about $30 million annually to schools, to purchase new technology for music-education courses. Purchases include an iPad for all performing arts teachers with recording software and other applications installed. The computer program SmartMusic also will allow students in music classes to play songs and assess their progress and areas where they need improvement.

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