updated 12:40 pm EDT, Tue June 22, 2004
PA students get iBooks
A Pennsylvania school district has inked another , according to the Reading Eagle. The Kutztown School Board last night approved a four-year contract with Apple that will put a laptop into the hands of each of the 620 high school students beginning this fall. "Last June, the board rejected purchasing laptops for high school students because the price was too high. Recently, however, Apple made a new proposal with a lower price, and the district renegotiated some aspects of the contract." The article notes that about 400 school districts nationwide have implemented Apple's one-to-one computer program.