The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that poor oversight by the Pennsylvania Department of Education has led to widespread problems within the state's highly touted effort to put computers in classrooms, according to a new state audit. The audit of the Classrooms for the Future project, released Dec. 22, found inadequate public disclosure, inconsistent grant funding, and insufficient review of equipment purchases and program results. "While the program in theory is a good one, the Department of Education needs to do a better job monitoring it; the process needs to be more transparent," Auditor General Jack Wagner said. The Rendell administration launched

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