The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Pennsylvania schools have dramatically increased their spending on technology, but some districts still lag behind in terms of access — according to data released by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. More than $300 million was budgeted for technology during the 2003-04 school year, but 12 percent of the state’s students still lack broadband internet access in their schools. In addition, some districts have been far more creative than others at integrating technology in to the curriculum.