The Post-Gazette.com reports that some Pennsylvania lawmakers are preparing to cancel the “Classrooms of the Future” program proposal from the state budget. The program, proposed by Governor Ed Rendell, would allocate $200 million to place laptop computers in every science, math, English, and social studies classroom in the state. While some support eliminating the proposal from the budget, other lawmakers advocate a scaled back version. However, despite the fact that budget discussions are just underway, school principles have already been trained and state employees have already assembled bid packages. The Department of General Services said that while this is uncommon, it is not entirely unheard of either. If involved parties wait until the budget passes, there may not be enough time left over to place bids and get the computers into the classroom. The bid package for the program calls for over 17,000 laptops this year, and more over the next two years. In addition, the package includes printers and scanners…