As schools across Michigan geared up for a new school year in September, there was a difference: Most of the state's teachers had new laptop computers, thanks to a $110 million program proposed last year by Gov. John Engler.

Whether the Teacher Technology Initiative—believed to be the largest state program of its kind—will make a difference remains to be seen.

Adopted by the state and administered by the Michigan Virtual University, the

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