NYC comptroller seeks greater investment in school technology

04/7/2013 | GothamSchools.org (New York)

A new report by New York City Comptroller John Liu proposes how officials might close the "digital literacy divide" in part by spending roughly $40 million more a year on computers and technology programs. Liu, who is running for mayor, also suggests that businesses donate their unwanted computer equipment to schools and that the city develop partnerships with technology companies in which students would receive refurbished computers.

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