ZDNet.com reports that the Boyle Heights Technology Academy in downtown Los Angeles has great difficulty keeping students away from classes–now that it has state-of-the-art resources. The school, an alternative high school for at-risk students, now has a $10.9-million building which houses high-tech computer classrooms. LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sees the academy as a “school of best practices.” Lessons are delivered to classes via PowerPoint, and then uploaded on the web. Because every student is issued their own computer, lessons can then be accessed for later viewing. The academy also boasts of a state-of-the-art recording studio where students can mix pictures, animation, and video with music. In addition, it offers a variety of after-school programs, including web design…