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Splost funding to improve technology in classrooms

Students in Sumter County will get new technology. (Source: WALB) Students in Sumter County will get new technology. (Source: WALB)
Schools will get 250 desktop computers, 150 interactive projectors, plus computer and mobile device management software. (Source: WALB) Schools will get 250 desktop computers, 150 interactive projectors, plus computer and mobile device management software. (Source: WALB)
School leaders said the enhancements will help students communicate with teachers and peers on projects and reinforce reading and math skills. (Source: WALB) School leaders said the enhancements will help students communicate with teachers and peers on projects and reinforce reading and math skills. (Source: WALB)
AMERICUS, GA (WALB) -

Students in Sumter County will get new technology.

The school board approved spending a half million dollars in sales tax revenue to make classrooms more tech-savvy.

Schools will get 250 desktop computers, 150 interactive projectors, plus computer and mobile device management software.

School leaders said the enhancements will help students communicate with teachers and peers on projects and reinforce reading and math skills.

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