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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.
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.