As school districts tighten their technology budgets, some educators are finding new ways to keep pace with the unabated need for computers in schools.

In spite of a tight budget, the Jordan-Elbridge Central School District in New York, recently pumped hundreds of new computers into its schools through a unique refurbishing program that features used, brand-name PCs for a fraction of the cost of new machines.

Through a deal with Canadian-based CDI Computer Dealers Inc., officials at Jordan-Elbridge purchased 364 Compaq desktops for between $150 and $250 per...

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