losing_moneyLost or damaged assets cost the average school system nearly a quarter of a million dollars a year, including nearly $80,000 a year in technology equipment alone, according to a study by the market research firm Quality Education Data (QED). Large districts lose even more, the study says—some as much as $1.4 million in assets per year.

The study was commissioned by Follett, a maker of library and asset management software. Follett says the results point to the importance of having a solution that...

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