Texas district to invest in one-to-one laptop program

04/16/2013 | KUHF-AM/KUHF-FM (Houston)

The Houston Independent School District in Texas plans to spend about $10 million to purchase laptops for every high-school student and another $100 million to upgrade the district's infrastructure to support the new technology. Officials say the goal is not merely to teach students core subjects using the technology but also to teach students to use technology responsibly.

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