South Carolina public schools, with one computer for every seven students, need to give teachers more technology training and replace aging machines, according to two reports released Dec. 11 by the state Education Department.

Training teachers in computer technology "is a critical next step," Education Superintendent Inez Tenenbaum said. "We've offered many courses and workshops over the past four years, but there's a need for more."

One of the reports, the South

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