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Districts Look To Technology To Make Stimulus Dollars Last - featured April 14, 2010

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[Source: Columbus Dispatch: With millions of stimulus dollars to spend on disabled students, many school districts are buying tools and technology that will stick around long after the one-time money is gone.

Central Ohio districts have spent about $10 million of the $52million received for disabled students, according to figures from the state auditor. A handful of local districts haven't reported and aren't included. Of that spending, the largest share is being used to plug budget holes and pay for special-needs staff in most districts.

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