Yesterday, voters across New York State passed the Smart Schools Bond Act, also known as Proposal 3, with 62% of the vote in favor. The Act would allow the state to borrow (from bond investors) up to $2 billion for school capital projects, including:
- computers, servers, interactive whiteboards, tablets, high speed Internet, wireless Internet
- high-tech security systems
- new pre-K classrooms
- the replacement of classroom trailers.