The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that Red Land is among more than 100 schools across the state of Pennsylvania giving students access to laptops in English, math, science, and social studies classrooms under the state's $20 million "Classrooms for the Future" technology grant program initiated earlier this year. Educators say that so far, the program has avoided pitfalls that have plagued similar programs elsewhere. However, Republican lawmakers who originally opposed the plan are now against expanding it, citing the need for more evaluation about the program's effectiveness...


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