A new program being developed by the the Center for Research on Learning and Technology (CRLT) at Indiana University, Bloomington, called TechAudits, could be a boon to school districts that want a comprehensive assessment of their schools' technology for better planning and accountability.

The audits are just one of several K-12 technology initiatives the center has been working to develop since its launch last July.

"Through the eRate and other initiatives, there has been a lot of technology coming into schools," said Thomas Duffy, director of the center. "But there's not much support for the technology and, many

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