It's shaping up to be a grim year for the Spokane Public School district in Washington state. Like so many others, it is making deep cuts in everything from teaching staff to school supplies this coming school year. But there's one bright spot for the district: The amount of federal dollars to incorporate technology in the classroom--and to train teachers to use it--is expected to double to about $160,000 from the previous year, the Wall Street Journal reports. At the same time school districts around the nation are bracing for a round of severe belt-tightening as a result of strained...

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