The North Carolina Electronics and Information Technology Association, working with Congressman Brad Miller and US Senator John Edwards, has won a $248,000 technology grant for a demonstration project at Oak Lane Elementary School in Hurdle Mills.

NCEITA won a similar grant last year for Efland-Cheeks elementary in Efland.

In order to receive the grants, schools must go through a competitive process set up by NCEITA.

The grants cover five years.