In what might be the largest initiative of its kind, Michigan is buying 91,000 computers for its public school educators, and officials say deliveries will begin by year's end.

State officials are seeking bids to purchase 83,000 laptop and 8,000 desktop computers with internet access. It's part of the $110-million, one-time initiative approved by the Legislature last summer for Gov. John Engler's Teacher Technology Initiative.

"We know technology is going to drive educational ...

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