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Classroom Technology: How Would Your School Score?

AVAST surveyed more than 900 school IT professionals who participate in its Free forEducation program and found that schools are not as well equipped as parents expectedwhen it comes to technology.
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AVAST surveyed more than 900 school IT professionals who participate in its Free for Education program and found that schools are not as well equipped as parents expected when it comes to technology. Here are a few of the dismal findings:

8 out of every 10 schools do not feel they have adequate funding to keep up to date with technologies.

4 out of 10 schools’ IT budgets are slashed for the 2014/2015 school year.

More than 25 percent of schools have a $0 IT budget for this year.

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