3/28/2005

Due to delays, lack of training and managerial turnover, among other factors, three multimillion-dollar Detroit district computer programs designed to track student progress, monitor individual education plans and assign substitute teachers have been languishing. Schools CEO Kenneth Burnley contends the district's technology contracts were a "huge undertaking" effected in less than half the time most similar organizations usually require.

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