Despite waning budgets, spending on school technology is likely to remain steady or increase slightly in the coming year as schools grapple with the new new data tracking and reporting elements of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), analysts say.
K-12 schools in the United States will invest close to $6 billion in instructional technology this year, according to a report unveiled Sept. 16
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