NYC Board of Ed Might Trade Ad Space for PCs

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A task force of New York City school officials and executives of several big computer companies propose to distribute laptop computers to city school children and to create a school Web site that would give the companies advertising space in exchange for services and equipment, according to a report in The New York Timeslast week. Board members said the plan will be considered at an April 12 board meeting.
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