Arizona's ambitious plan to provide its schools with more than 250 free software titles via the internet has hit a few snags early on.

According to a report from the East Valley Tribune of Mesa, officials from several Arizona districts have cited problems with accessing and navigating the $27.9 million system so far. What's worse, the project's leader has resigned amid controversy over his alleged ties to one of the companies involved—and at least one state lawmaker is calling for a special investigative audit into how the contract was awarded.

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