Two years ago, California public schools received an unexpected gift: a grant of $250 million for new computers, software, and training. The windfall was part of a $1.1 billion settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Microsoft that alleged the company had plotted to monopolize a portion of the computer industry. But most of the money--nearly $200 million--remains untouched, reports the Los Angeles Times. "That's troubling to us," said Richard Grossman, a partner with Townsend and Townsend and Crew in San Francisco and co-lead attorney for the plaintiffs. Grossman said the state's schools will probably receive even more money, once a...

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