The Times-Herald of Vallejo, Calif., reports that the local school district has managed to save $1 million from a 16-month technology deal originally slated to cost $4.1 million. The cash-strapped district is buying out the original contract, which involved purchasing a new telecommunications system covered by eRate. However, the school failed to make the eRate deadline and was stuck with the entire bill....

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