Outfitting a classroom with shiny new technology is great, but if educators can't keep the equipment up to date, much of the luster can be lost, and then students can become disheartened and teachers discouraged. Now the technology director of a regional service agency in Washington state has devised a low-cost strategy intended to beat the predictable obsolescence that often afflicts classroom technology.

The Sustainable Classroom Grant Project is meant to strike a balance between the perennial budget concerns of public-school educators and the swift pace of technological advancement by creating a replicable model for


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