Lansing schools will get $680,889 for technology

The Lansing Board of Education approved a preliminary spending plan in a 5-1 vote Monday for $680,889 in Smart Schools Bond Act dollars earmarked for technology in school districts across New York State. The money is a straight grant, a gift to the school district to improve technology equipment. After a public review, the school board could approve the plan in time to get new equipment as early as this summer.

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