A 1997 goal of having a networked computer in every public school classroom in Nevada is nearly achieved, a state official says.

Fred Dugger, chairman of the state's Educational Technology Commission, said there's one computer for every classroom—but only 70 to 80 percent of the schools are tied into the network.

Former Gov. Bob Miller, as part of a 1997 educational reform package, set the target for one computer in every classroom. So far, about $45 million has been allocated by the state for classroom technology.


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