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From the New York Daily News: In 22 New York City schools, students and teachers are participating in a pilot program designed to create and test-drive the 21st century classroom. About $13.4 million in capital funds, along with federal grants, have been invested into the so-called iTeach-iLearn schools over the past two years. The pilot program outfits classrooms in the 22 schools with devices including SMARTboards, laptops, wireless Internet access and special lockers to keep all the technology safe when the school is closed. Teachers also receive training so they feel comfortable with the new technology.
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