South Dakota's schools will get free computers from the state--but only after they sign a waiver agreeing they still will spend their money already budgeted for technology.

The state has sent a letter to that effect to superintendents. The first schools to return the waivers will get their computers first, said Otto Doll, commissioner of the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications.

The waiver comes after the governor's office learned some districts might


Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our news and resources