In a strongly worded opinion piece, the Connecticut Post of Bridgeport, Conn., urges voters from Shelton, Conn., to approve a $2.5 million referendum that would bring hundreds of computers into Shelton's classrooms. The vote, scheduled for Nov. 8, aims to improve the state's lowest student-to-computer ratio of only one computer for every seven students. That ratio falls below both federal and state mandates....
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