Forecast: Tech spending will focus on mobile and flexible media

10/1/2004 | eSchool News (free registration)

According to a study by market research firm Quality Education Data Inc., K-12 schools will spend more than $7 billion during the next year on new technologies that bring instruction to students in cost-effective and customizable ways. QED predicts the hottest items will be wireless laptop carts and online courses.

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