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Technology Improvements Could Cost CPS $50 Million

Cory Sharber, WVXU |

Nearly $50 million could go toward improving concurrent learning systems throughout Cincinnati Public Schools. This comes from a draft of the fiscal year 2022 budget that will be presented May 19.

Roughly $39 million would be for installing new technology and the remainder of the budget would tackle many ongoing payments such as training, devices and internet services. An earlier estimation said it would cost between $23-53 million for such learning improvements, which would allow staff to work with students who are virtual at the same time they work with students who are in the classroom.

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