Putnam City Schools voters to decide on bond issue to buy iPads
Putnam City Schools bond issue would call for the purchase of about 10,000 iPads for Putnam City Schools students to use.
Putnam City Schools patrons will vote on a $6 million bond issue Feb. 12 that would fund the purchase of 10,000 Apple iPads if approved.
The district currently has about 3,000 iPads in use in its schools.
If the bond is approved, the first phase could be implemented as early as June. The first phase would call for the purchase of several thousand more iPads to bring the ratio to one for every...
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