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Crossroads Bond-Funded Technology Refresh

The bond measure passed by voters in 2013 is helping Eugene 4J update technology to provide a high-quality education for every student and prepare our children for the challenging world ahead. Modern technology helps students access information, apply concepts, and use simulations as they expand their knowledge and practice new skills.

New classroom technology is arriving at every school. Bond funds are providing classroom computers and digital devices as well as improving technology infrastructure. Before the bond-funded technology refresh began, more than 40 percent of 4J schools’ student computers were too old to run current software. As a result of the bond measure, as of fall 2015 more than 6,000 new instructional devices are in students’ hands and thousands of the oldest computers in our schools have been replaced.

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