Central Tech High School in Erie is among five schools in the state that have received surplus computers from the U.S. Senate’s “Computers for Schools Program.”
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., announced that Central Tech got five of the Senate surplus computers. Schools in Reading, Philadelphia, Dunbar and West Hazelton also got five computers each.
“I’m pleased to be able to help provide computers for these deserving schools, and I know the educators will put them to good use and train our students to compete in a global, technologically-driven economy,” Toomey said in a statement.
– John Guerriero