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Michigan School Computer Program Hits Hurdles

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Michigan School Computer Program Hits Hurdles

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Michigan School Computer Program Hits Hurdles

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Some Michigan schools say they don't want to participate in a program designed to provide laptop computers to sixth-grade students. But while some teachers and legislators say a pilot program is showing good results, a tight state budget has further imperiled plans to expand the effort. Peter Payette reports.

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