By the end of the month, Memphis City Schools intends to have security bugs worked out on the laptop computers it loans students, after nearly 1,800 laptops -- about one in five -- were stolen or lost in less than three months during the last school year, reports the Commercial Appeal of Memphis, Tenn. "We will have to design safety and an asset security plan, which likely will cost some additional money," deputy superintendent Irving Hamer told the Memphis Board of Education Nov. 3. "We will have to come back to the board for approval." Over two years, the district...

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