CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio - Every Chagrin Falls student in grades seven through 12 will have a laptop computer thanks to a $640,000 grant from Ohio's Straight A Fund.
The money will expand the school district's one-to-one computing project. In addition to the new Chromebooks, students will have access to online courses that their school doesn't offer.
"Technology is changing the landscape of education," Chagrin Falls Superintendent Robert Hunt said.
The Straight A Fund was created by the state to promote innovative ideas and programs to help transform Ohio's education system.