If your school system can't afford to develop its own high-quality technology team, maybe you should rent one—not from a high-priced technology consulting firm, but from a neighboring school system. That's the remedy two school districts in Maine are applying to the chronic shortage of technology personnel facing systems with tight budgets.

Waterville Public Schools—with a strong, experienced technology team—has just entered into an agreement to provide nearby School Administrative District (SAD) 47 with a wide range of computer services and support, from technology planning and installation to troubleshooting and maintenance.

Under the agreement, SAD 47, also known as Messalonskee School District,


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