School board approves Chromebooks for almost every class, saves $500K

Costs in the Salem-Keizer Public Schools computer rotation budget are about to be reduced by $500,000.

The School Board voted Tuesday to enter a lease agreement to acquire Google Chromebooks for nearly all the classrooms in the district. The district is in the last year of a five-year rotation plan for the replacement of about 3,500 personal computers.

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