Providing classroom technology on a budget

A New Hampshire school district has purchased netbooks, iPads, document cameras, interactive whiteboards and other classroom technology for its elementary schools using grant money, federal funding and support from parent-teacher groups. Officials say they expect level-funding for education next year, making it difficult to spend much district money on classroom technology. School principals say they hope to continue to provide the latest classroom technology in spite of minimal district-level funding.

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