More school districts are using long-term bond financing to fund technology purchases. Some taxpayer advocates and technology experts criticize the practice because districts will be paying off the debt long after the devices are obsolete. School districts acknowledge the problem with the financing structure, but argue that they have few other funding options amid state budget cuts and limitations on how they can raise money locally.
Should school districts use bonds to buy computers?
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