Gov. John Engler of Michigan has proposed a $30 million plan to make more computers available to schools.

"If we take these steps, Michigan minds will power the 21st century just as our hands did in the 20th century by putting America on wheels," Engler said.

Money for the three-year plan will be tapped from the Renaissance Fund, an account set aside for economic development.

The plan includes 100 grants of up to $10,000 this year and next year to schools, libraries, and other community...

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