Students Watching VideoIf today's students are to compete in an increasingly global economy, schools will need much more than textbooks and traditional pencil-and-paper approaches to succeed. Students need the benefit of technology-rich classrooms to give them marketable skills that they will use throughout their professional lives.

But often, technology has a hefty price tag, and many educators, administrators, and superintendents find it hard to stretch already-strained school budgets.

The stimulus package that Congress passed in February 2009 provides $106 billion for education--but that money must be spent wisely, in ways that...

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