Schools face challenges in funding technology upgrades

04/3/2011 | MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, Mass.)

Many Massachusetts districts are struggling to upgrade school technology amid ongoing budget cutbacks. One district is planning to use $2 million in contingency funds to pay for new technology, while another will ask voters for an additional $500,000 to purchase laptops and projection devices for its teachers. Schools are also holding fundraisers, seeking grants and taking advantage of free Web services to maximize technology integration.

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MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, Mass.)

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