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Some local school officials say the governor's plan to expand Maine's laptop program from middle to high schools comes with more strings attached than advertised, reports the Portland Press Herald. State officials touted the plan as a voluntary initiative that would not require additional funding when it was rolled out earlier this month. But some school officials say the expansion is not as it was portrayed. The state will take laptops from high school teachers whose districts do not participate, they say. And though the initiative wouldn't require a state funding increase, they say school districts would need more staff
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