Michigan district for struggling schools seeks $2 million advance to address computer shortage

Jan. 14, 2013
Education Achievement Authority also needs to fix problems that interfere with online learning system.

From The Detroit Free Press: Michigan's new reform district for the lowest performing schools doesn't have enough computers for its much-touted online curriculum, and some of its schools are suffering Internet glitches that interrupt online lessons. The executive committee of the Education Achievement Authority is requesting a $2 million advance from its monthly state funding allocation to fix the problem.

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