South Dakota leads the nation in school technology for the second year in a row, according to the 2001 Digital State survey conducted by the Center for Digital Government.

Sponsored by the Progress & Freedom Foundation and Government Technology magazine, the survey rates the progress state governments have made in adopting and using digital technologies to improve the delivery of services to their citizens, including law enforcement, electronic commerce, digital democracy, and education.

Last year, South Dakota ranked first in the categories of K-12 and higher education. This year,


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