Ohio district to spend $25M on technology for 13 new schools

The Morning Journal of Lorain, Ohio, reports that local school officials are expecting to see about $25 million in technology improvements as part of a $216 million Ohio Schools Facilities Commission project that will build up to 13 new schools in the district. The $25 million will be spent on educational software, media centers, security enhancements, and more. Many classrooms will also be equipped with SMART Boards.

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