Arizona officials are investigating a million-dollar contract between the Tucson Unified School District and a company that makes interactive whiteboards, looking into whether the district received inappropriate perks after it awarded the lucrative contract, reports the Arizona Daily Star. State investigators are asking questions about an educational summit and conference the company held in Tucson after receiving the contract--including free lodging at a high-end resort for five Tucson employees and paid positions for four others, according to documents obtained by the Daily Star and interviews with sources close to the inquiry. The latest examination piggybacks on an earlier investigation the


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