School districts in Ventura County just got a boost in state funding to improve technology on campuses. The money came from a 13-year-old legal settlement that continues to reap benefits for the state’s educational system.
A total of $11.9 million in K-12 technology vouchers was distributed last month to more than 8,000 California districts and schools as part of the 2003 antitrust settlement between Microsoft Corp. and California consumers, said Peter Tira, spokesperson for the state Dep...
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