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Tulsa School Board Votes To Put 'Smart School' Bond Issue On Ballot

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Tulsa Public Schools will ask voters to support big technology upgrades.

The Tulsa Public School Board of Education voted Monday night in favor of putting a $38 million bond proposal on the May 2013 ballot.

If approved, every classroom would get new computers and interactive whiteboards, even iPads.

It would also pay to install fire sprinklers in several buildings without them.

2/26/2013 Related Story: Tulsa Schools To Hold Public Forums On Proposed 'Smart School' Bond Issue

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