As a Florida school district transitions to administering only online exams, officials are starting to tally the cost of needed computers, servers and other infrastructure, without which administering the tests would be impossible, columnist Matt Reed writes. Among other things, the district is seeking a tax increase that would secure $25.36 million for educational technology, including new computers ($3.3 million) and cables with greater bandwidth ($6.3 million), he notes.

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