Fla. district's technology needs outpace funding

06/20/2013 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

A Florida school district is grappling with a slew of technology needs, but it does not have the funds to cover all of the costs. Instead, officials say the district has about $16 million to put toward $59 million in needed upgrades. The funding challenges come as the Broward district -- and others nationwide -- are preparing to implement online exams required under the Common Core State Standards.

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