Fla. school district invests in electronic documents

A Florida school district is spending $10,500 to implement the Board Docs program and technology that allows it to post school board agendas and related documents online. Ahead of the first meeting at which the e-agendas were used, officials received training and IT employees were on hand to help board members through the transition. The district also is providing paper copies at meetings for those who want them.

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Northwest Florida Daily News (Fort Walton Beach)

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