Will Fla. schools be tech-ready for common core?

02/20/2013 | Orlando Sentinel (Fla.)

Some Florida State Board of Education members voiced concerns during a meeting Monday about whether schools will have adequate technology in place to implement Common Core State Standards assessments in 2015. The board had asked the state for $400 million in funding for new technology, but current budget proposals instead call for $100 million.

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