Massachusetts districts lack modern computers

03/29/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A decade after Massachusetts schools pushed to bring computers into classrooms, few have been updated or replaced. Many machines are obsolete and are incapable of running software included with newer textbooks, or helping students master the state's basic technology standards, this article says.

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