It’s the gift that keeps on giving and giving.
New York State on Wednesday approved funding for the investment plans of 45 school districts and two special education schools from part of the proceeds from the $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014.
The Smart Schools Review Board approved $24.8 million of funding for projects that include upgrading classroom technology and connectivity and providing high-tech school security, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced.
“In an era of remote learning brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and as we increase our focus and vigilance on public safety, this state funding is more timely and critical than ever,” Hochul said in a statement. “These actions by the Smart Schools Review Board help ensure that students have the tools and technology they