$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.
$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.
$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.