A task force that studied how to use a $50 million fund to upgrade computer technology in Maine schools presented its plan to lawmakers Jan. 31, recommending the state provide portable and wireless computer devices to schools for all seventh- and eighth-grade students and their teachers.

"Our recommendation to you is that the devices be owned by the schools, not by the students," said Chairman Michael Brennan of the Task Force on the Maine Learning Technology


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