Atlanta Public Schools launched this system Friday at Brown Middle School. When whole, district officials stated each of it’s 6,000 sixth and 7th-grade college students may have a pc pc. The computers have wi-fi net get entry to thru T-Mobile, which supported the assignment with a $1.45 million award.
The district also will spend $four.5 million in sales-tax greenbacks this college year and next to pay for the mission.
“Our APS Digital Bridge Program is equipping our middle school students with the tools they need to be successful both in college and at home in which the gaining knowledge of continues with the aid of providing them with great laptops and an excessive-velocity net connection,” said superintendent Meria Carstarphen.