Starting in the fall, junior high school students in Illinois could be heading to class with a sleek new tool. Under a proposal by Lt. Gov. Pat Quinn, the state would buy 169,000 laptop computers - one for every seventh-grader in a public school - and distribute the machines to each district in the state before classes begin. The students would be allowed to keep the laptop computers over the course of six years.
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