Thursday, July 10, 2008
CFF in the New State Budget
The state's new education budget includes $45 million for technology and $15 million for professional development to continue the multi-year rollout of Classrooms for the Future. Thousands of high school English, math, science and social studies classrooms across Pennsylvania have been outfitted with laptop computers, electronic “smartboards,” and other high-tech tools so students can graduate with the skills needed to compete and succeed in a global economy. Because of the overwhelming demand from Pennsylvania's teachers and students, Gov. Rendell said he hopes to continue the expansion of Classrooms for the Future in the 2009-10 budget, enabling all interested high schools to benefit from this initiative.
Source: gantdaily.com July 10, 2008 (Full article)
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