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Wireless technologies have quickly moved from pilot programs to the mainstream in K-12 education. While overall education spending is likely to be flat this year, projections indicate that school districts will significantly up their spending on wireless technologies.
Paul Garrison may be the superintendent of Daleville Community Schools, but he still pulled lunch duty last year.
He says he didn't mind. When you work in a district with only two schools and about 670 students, you must tolerate an ever-changing job description.
"I compare it to operating a small business. You do everything that has to be done," Garrison says.