Donation will fund technology purchases in Mass. district

01/31/2012 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A $300,000 donation from Boston College will help pay for new technology in Newton, Mass., public schools. School officials say they plan to use the funds to purchase tools such as laptops, digital visual projectors and media carts for classrooms. "It's transformational," said elementary-school principal Emily Ostrower. "Some of our laptops are older than the children who attend."

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