Financial glitches slow digital makeover effort for Utah schools

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Students are powering on MacBook Air laptops and Skyping with teachers at Kaysville charter school Career Path High.

The new technology is partially funded by a state program that awards a tech overhaul to selected schools. But as digital projectors at Career Path High glow, students at other winning schools are still waiting for their promised devices

And at some of those schools, administrators have yet to officially sign on because they aren’t sure they can afford their share of the bill.

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