Kentucky's largest school district is embroiled in a flap with state education officials over who should pay to finish wiring its schools. At issue is whether the state should pay for wiring costs that officials say could have been covered by eRate discounts, had the district only applied for them sooner.

The Jefferson County school district, which encompasses 150 schools and includes the city of Louisville, has asked the state for $1.25 million to help connect its remaining 48 schools to the internet.

But according to a state official,


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