ne of the nation's most prominent superintendents and the current president of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) was overruled by his board on his decision to cut technology spending by 31 percent in the nation's 12th-largest school system.

Daniel A. Domenech, superintendent of schools for Fairfax County, Virginia, near Washington, D.C., said he proposed the measure to help schools cope with burgeoning enrollment.

The superintendent's plan drew fire for sharply curtailing technology spending in his school system in the next fiscal year. The Fairfax County School Board said they will vote to increase Domenech's budget request to maintain this


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