3 states join forces to purchase education technology

Maine, Hawaii and Vermont are working together to purchase education technology -- a collaboration driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards. At least five other states are considering joining the Multi-State Learning Technology Initiative, which some say could help states save money and gain purchasing leverage by joining forces in the digital-procurement process.

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