For school leaders, the news from the nation's capital regarding the federal education budget has been largely disappointing these last few years, especially when it comes to educational technology. But state budget scenarios are another story. Building on the good news that began last year, several states have announced budget surpluses that could help pay for new education programs being proposed across the country.

At least 37 governors reported in their state-of-the-state addresses that their state budgets were projected to be in balance or with a surplus, according to "The Governors Speak: 2006," a report


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