Iowa legislators said they will consider tougher rules for spending millions in state technology money after an audit found that school district officials paid for food, trips, and computers that ended up in teachers' homes, the Des Moines Register reported March 2.

State Auditor Richard Johnson said a review of the 4-year-old School Improvement Technology Program identified several questionable expenditures, including $329,000 in computer equipment that was awarded to teachers in Waterloo as payment...

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