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Short take: Silicon Valley, state donate $12 million in PCs

More than 800 California teachers across the state will recieve $12 million dollars worth of Pentium II-based PCs as the result of funding provided by the state and numerous computer companies. Awarded by the Silicon Valley nonprofit, Smart Valley, the computer are assembled by the Computers and Education and Computer Recycling Corporation, and the California Department of Corrections. The first 200 teachers will be presented PCs today at Buljan Intermediate School in Roseville.

More than 800 California teachers across the state will recieve $12 million dollars worth of Pentium II-based PCs as the result of funding provided by the state and numerous computer companies. Awarded by the Silicon Valley nonprofit, Smart Valley, the computer are assembled by the Computers and Education and Computer Recycling Corporation, and the California Department of Corrections. The first 200 teachers will be presented PCs today at Buljan Intermediate School in Roseville.