Desertnews.com reports that Utah state education leaders previewed a number of different education software and computer programs that could possibly help Utah state schools catch up in technology. In response to this preview, educators are asking for $30 million in funds to improve technology and bring it up to par in schools. Rick Gaisford, education technology specialist for the State Office of Education, said that Utah is currently ranked last in the nation in terms of technology in the classroom. While Utah does have a lot of technology in schools, it is mostly confined to labs–which means students get use the technology only about 30 minutes to an hour each week…