Technology spending is defended in N.H. district

While being asked to trim his budget request, Stratham Memorial School principal Thomas Fosher is defending his request for additional technology funds. It includes an $119,831 increase in computer equipment for the New Hampshire district, which would include six interactive whiteboards, 100 Chromebook computers and 90 iPads. In debating the budget, it was suggested the additional technology spending be left up to voters.

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