Some Connecticut schools are computer-ready but lack enough teachers who are computer-savvy. Others are still waiting to get money that will put them online.

A new state commission that met for the first time Aug. 22 will oversee education technology and decide how to dole out about $32 million to make sure all Connecticut students have access to computers and teachers trained to use them.

"In bits and pieces, we have schools that are


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