U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison said Nov. 24 that if elected governor of Texas, her education plan would focus on bringing more technology to the classroom and helping schools find ways to save money, reports the Associated Press. Hutchison, who is challenging Gov. Rick Perry in the Republican primary for governor in March, unveiled her plans in a biotechnology lab at the Collin County Community College District in the Dallas suburb of Plano. "Now is the time for us to be really creative using technology," said Hutchison, who said she has approached several companies about developing an e-learning device that


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