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From the Washington Post: Washington D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) and D.C. schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee announced yesterday that every D.C. classroom will have a desktop computer by February under a $4 million technology initiative. The money will pay for more than 6,300 computers, which will be installed in the city's 141 schools. The money will also go toward fixing network cables, power strips and access points so that every classroom teacher and administrator will be able to have and use a computer.
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