At Pinon High School on the remote Navajo Reservation in Arizona, principal Lee Fleming was awaiting hookup to the internet in August.

Once the classrooms are connected, the next step will be to train the teachers of the 450-student school on how to use the technology.

To help with this, software giant Microsoft Corp. said it would give $1.2 million to Navajo schools to help provide training for teachers trying to expose their students to computers and the internet.

"It's of utmost importance that we train our teachers, and continue to train our teachers, otherwise we can't keep up with the industry," Fleming


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