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Hewlett-Packard has granted $2.1 million to 25 schools as part of the HP Technology for Teaching Leadership grant program.  The program puts Tablet PCs, wireless projectors and cameras in the hands of teachers in the classrooms.  Carnegie Mellon University is one of the 25 schools and […]

Hewlett-Packard has granted $2.1 million to 25 schools as part of the HP Technology for Teaching Leadership grant program.  The program puts Tablet PCs, wireless projectors and cameras in the hands of teachers in the classrooms.  Carnegie Mellon University is one of the 25 schools and will get $120,000 worth of technology and cash to put directly into the classroom which should have a broad impact on student success.  CMU will receive a mobile cart with 15 Tablet PCs, a digital projector and a digital camera in addition to a cash award.  It is great to see industry leaders like HP putting their money where our kids are.

(via Pittsburgh Business Times)

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