Although national programs that support school technology generate most of the attention, it'd be a mistake to ignore the significant contributions you can get from local businesses, government, and the community. In fact, taking the local route can be a much more effective path to technology funding, as the experience of Lesley Robinson and a cluster of schools located in Laurel, Md., shows.

By working with business and political leaders in the community and tapping a state technology program, Robinson and the rest of the members of the Laurel


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