Prop 1 will provide Fort Worth high school students with a laptop or tablet to use at home or school
Travis Banks

One in an ongoing series about the Nov. 5 Fort Worth school bond election.

Launching Internet hotspots and enabling students to travel the world via video conferencing are two components of Proposition 1, a $386.6 million bond proposal to be decided by voters Nov. 5.

District officials propose spending $102.5 million for technology, including $15 million for laptops or tablets that would be issued to high school students for use at home and school. Technology upgrades make up nearly a third of Proposition 1, which also includes money for classroom additions, universal pre-kindergarden, and security upgrades.

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