Digital age demands digital classrooms

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The technology levies on school district ballots this winter are stark proof that the Legislature has failed its constitutional duty to fully fund basic education.

The 21st century is saturated with electronic technology — yet school districts must beg local voters every few years to help upgrade their computers, software and Internet infrastructure. Technology today is part of basic education, but the state treats it as a luxury.

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