The Coalfield Progress of Norton, Va., reports that the local school board wants to bridge its digital divide, and has asked its technology coordinator to completely upgrade its system. The district is investing about $90,000 in new hardware and an additional $40,000 in annual internet service. Some of the money will be covered by the Virginia Department of Education.
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