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Utah considers all-out attack on schools’ digital divide
Tech » As Utah lawmakers weigh a $200 million to $300 million investment in devices, results from the state’s first digital experiments are mixed.

First Published Feb 09 2014 09:32 am • Last Updated Feb 26 2014 02:15 pm

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