More from Governor Rounds's budget address: As he rolls through the "We don't have the money to do it" portion of the speech, he mentions the "modern mobile computing system" that the Board of Regents want, a system he says universities around the country have recognized they need.
Rounds also mentions "Classroom Connections Year 4": "Long term it is the right thing to do," but Rounds says he can't recommend it.
So if I just heard right, Governor Rounds has just declared dead the South Dakota Board of Regents plan to turn every state university campus into wireless computing zones and the expansion of the high school one-to-one laptop computer program. Uff da!
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