Cleveland City Schools superintendent Dr. Martin Ringstaff tells attendees that school districts and the state should step up and fund the purchase and implementation of new technology in Tennessee schools.
Cleveland City Schools superintendent Dr. Martin Ringstaff tells attendees that school districts and the state should step up and fund the purchase and implementation of new technology in Tennessee schools.
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published Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The state's aggressive push to lift student performance is mostly a welcome change for Southeast Tennessee educators. But a lack of accompanying resources and other unintended consequences from changing state law have created new challenges for school districts in the region.

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