Districts work to offset costs of tech updates needed for common core

The Common Core State Standards will change how students take assessments. Beginning in 2014-15, students will use a computer to complete the new assessments, and this has some districts planning now how they will fund infrastructure changes needed to support the new online format. Some districts plan to use funds previously set aside for textbooks, while others will draw on property taxes.

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