Consultants suggest doubting board heed district tech director

The Chronicle-Tribune of Marion, Ind., reports on a recent study of the technology situation in the local Madison-Grant district. The study, conducted by an outside consulting firm, found that the district's greatest need is new computers, even though the school board had questioned the district technology director's assertion that the school should lease 262 new computers over the next three years.
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