Tight budget could scale back education-technology plan

11/8/2012 | Dispatch (Clay Center, Kan.), The

A Kansas school district is on track to spend about $150,000 more than projected this year, which could threaten its ability to implement proposals for 2013-14 requested by the district's technology department. Those expenditures include the purchase of additional laptops for teachers and students, as well as about $40,000 in server upgrades. Officials also hoped to provide iPads for middle-school students.

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