Posted: Sunday, December 1, 2013 12:00 am
The Omaha school district is looking to spend more than $2 million to replace outdated computers at Title 1 elementary and middle schools.
David Patton, Omaha Public Schools' executive director of Information Management Services, previewed a plan at the Nov. 18 school board meeting to replace nearly 2,000 desktop computers and laptops that are at least six years old.
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