$33 million from Texas Education Agency

For the state’s Technology Integration in Education program, which is funded through the federal Technology Literacy Challenge Fund, $33 million to 38 Texas school districts and consortia.

(512) 463-9734

http://www.tea.state.tx.us

$15 million from National Science Foundation

For the Urban Systemic Initiative program to improve math, science, and technology education among low-income school systems, $15 million over five years to the Duval County (Fla.) public schools.

(703) 306-1234

http://www.nsf.gov

$2.1 million from Idaho Council for Technology in Education

Through the federal Technology Literacy Challenge Fund program, $2.1 million to 23 Idaho school districts.

(208) 332-6972

http://www.sde.state.id.us/Dept

$2 million from Apple Computer

For its Education Grants program, which supports innovative uses of technology in the classroom, over $1 million to 10 U.S. schools. In an unrelated grant, Apple also has pledged up to $1 million in network software and training to 2,200 Los Angeles County schools.

(800) 974-2974

http://www.apple.com/education/k12/teachlearn/edgrants.html

$2 million from Southwestern Bell Foundation

To develop educational programs using interactive television and other telecommunications systems, $2 million to 79 public and private schools and districts throughout the state of Missouri.

(800) 591-9663

http://www.sbc.com/About/Foundation/Home.html

$500,000 from Cisco Systems, Inc.

Through its Virtual Schoolhouse Grants program, which helps wire schools to the internet, $500,000 in cash, networking equipment, and training to 50 U.S. schools.

(800) 553-6387

http://www.cisco.com/edu

$500,000 from The Learning Company

To help promote literacy and reading education in early childhood programs, $500,000 worth of The Learning Co.’s “Reader Rabbit” software to the 50 largest K-12 public school districts that make up the Council of Great City Schools.

(800) 685-6322

http://www.learningco.com

$175,000 from Compaq Computer Corp.

Through its Teacher Development Grants program, which recognizes creative professional development projects, more than $175,000 in cash and technology products to 34 K-12 schools.

(800) 888-3224

http://vcmprocr.compaq.com/ccn/gem.asp

$60,000 from Toyota USA Foundation

To conduct distance-education teacher training in rural areas of Utah, $60,000 to the Utah Educational Network of Salt Lake City.

(310) 618-6766

http://www.toyota.com/times/commun/feature/foundhome.html

$15,000 from W. K. Kellogg Foundation

To upgrade the computer and technology systems of this rural high school, $15,000 to the Arthur County School in Arthur, Neb.

(616) 968-1611