Foster High School (Tukwila, Washington) teachers are upset that its school board could refuse to let them accept US$43,000 worth of new Macs the school was recently awarded through a grant program, according to the King County Journal. Earlier this year, teacher Jeff Heiman applied for a grant offering 30 new Macs and six laser printers to a school in an economically challenged community. He was “elated” when he found out in May that Foster had won the grant. Heiman said the extra systems would give his students much needed daily access to a computer. But according to the school technology plan created in 2000, Tukwila schools will move toward using only PCs for financial reasons, Superintendent Michael Silver said. Heiman and other teachers will discuss the matter and ask the board for a one-time exception at tonight’s board meeting.