Electronic School, September 1998, p. A19

As director of information services at a California school district, the author oversaw the complete networking of his district's main office and 11 schools. His two-phase plan of attack was simple: start small, first getting the central office networked and connected to the Internet — then expand the project to slowly bring all the district's schools online. The entire project was scheduled to finish within two years and cost $500,000.

The first phase took little more than half a year and cost $100,000. During


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