From Chicago Tribune:

Seven Chicago schools will be awarded grants of up to $100,00 to explore how laptops, iPhones, and iPads can help teachers move away from single lesson plans toward a more individualized approach to learning. The schools include three charter schools, one Academy for Urban School Leadership school, a district-run magnet school, and two grammar schools. The education groups administering the grants say technology can help teachers provide extra help to struggling students and additional work for the children who excel.