Across Pennsylvania, the way teachers teach and students learn is undergoing a massive upgrade for the digital age, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Much of the change comes courtesy of Classrooms for the Future, a three-year grant initiative designed to equip the state's high schools with laptops and other technology. So far, $126.7 million in state grants and a small number of federal grants have been awarded to 303 of the state's 501 school districts. "As time has evolved, so have the ways we educate our students," said Leah Harris, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Education. "We step away

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