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An accounting class at Natick High School, where many students bring their own laptops.

Slow to reboot

Schools running out of funds to upgrade computers

By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / March 29, 2007

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Haverhill high school students finally received new science textbooks this year, the first in more than a decade. But all of the books rely on material from CDs that can't be run on the school's aging computers. (Full article: 1126 words)

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