School spending on computer hardware and other educational technology will increase slightly in 2001, but spending on assessment, test prep, and professional development solutions is expected to soar, according to a report released in August by an education market analysis firm.

Eduventures.com's report, called "Markets and Opportunities 2001," analyzes what happened in 2000, predicts future school-spending trends, and projects growth in key education segments.

Eduventures expects overall K-12 spending to grow by 14 percent in 2001, but school spending on technology will grow by only 2 percent, the firm predicted.

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