DPS to purchase 40,000 laptop computers for teachers, students in grades 6-12

Posted January 4, 2011

Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb announced Detroit Public Schools will invest more than $49.4 million in classroom school technology upgrades, thanks to federal stimulus funding that is being used to purchase 40,000 new netbook computers and more than 5,000 desktop computers, as well as multi-purpose printer/scanners for every classroom in the district.

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