Calif. district has tech plans for Race to the Top grant

04/10/2013 | KALW-FM (San Francisco)

As part of the federal Race to the Top program, one California school district will receive more than $29 million, which it will spend over the next four years on education technology and other expenses. However, the money can be used only for new projects -- not to supplant money eliminated by past cuts.

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