For schools struggling to fund technology, donations of used computers might seem to be a blessing. But evidence is arising that donated computers actually can interfere with successful integration of technology into the classroom if those computers break down often or cannot run current software.

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) last year tried to educate administrators about this problem through a program that taught them to think about total cost of ownership of

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