Classrooms in the Mansfield school district will have more up-to-date technology, thanks to an $8.5 million upgrade approved by trustees Tuesday night.
Some of what's included - document cameras, interactive white boards and interactive tablets. The money for the project is coming from the district's fund balance. The ideas came from teachers. Administrators based their choices on a survey where 1,700 teachers responded.
Here's a statement the district released Wednesday and a video from the district showing some of the technology.