A bill that would give Florida school districts more flexibility in buying technology has passed the state House and is heading to the Senate, reports the Tampa Bay Business Journal. House Bill 623 was approved by the House 112-2 on April 26 and is expected to give public school districts the latitude to purchase devices such as e-readers and other technology for delivering digital content to students. It’s similar to bills that are in consideration or have passed in Louisiana, Georgia, and Texas. “This legislation does not ask for more money, but instead aims to give school districts the flexibility...

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