South Dakota school struggles with technology budget

According to a report by The Daily Republic of South Dakota, one candidate for the Mitchell school board is calling school laptop policy into question, citing the upcoming 2010-2011 budget crunch. The Daily Republick sent out a questionnaire to collect the candidates' reactions on topics  such as where budget cuts should be made and what is the greatest need of the district.

From the article:

In response to the question, "What is the next greatest pressing need for the school district," Neil Putnam said: 

"[...] continued promotion and support of Mitchell Technical Institute’s future. MTI is working diligently securing new investments, new programs and articulation agreements with other institutions."

For more, read The Daily Republic.

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