School districts' technology budgets vary, but one thing remains a constant--there's more technology out there than money to pay for it. To deal with that reality, many districts cut where they can, do work in-house, use refurbished computers, seek out grants, and try to make the best of what they've got, reports the Alton Telegraph of Illinois. For example, Jersey Community School District has made strides in technology despite its lack of funding, said Technology Director Keith Norman, although he soon will be asking the school board to make a financial commitment to begin replacing outdated systems by 2010. "We've

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