$100 million from California Department of Education
For the Digital High School Initiative program, $100 million to 216 California high schools. The program's goal is to provide internet access in every high school classroom and a student-to-computer ratio of four to one by the year 2000. The 216 schools selected in the first year of the program will receive installation grants of $300 per student for wiring, hardware, curriculum resources, and teacher training.
$10 million from Connecticut Board of Education
For the Educational Technology Infrastructure Grant program, which sup
ports wiring and networking projects to extend internet access