Education-technology directors have been anticipating that Microsoft would move on from its popular Windows XP operating system -- the primary operating system used in K-12 education -- and the time is coming on April 8. Some Washington state school district officials say replacing the system will be expensive and likely coupled with costly hardware to support it.
Microsoft's switch from Windows XP challenges K-12 schools
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