Pols Demand Crackdown on Waste in School Internet Program

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Members of a congressional committee on Thursday demanded tougher oversight of a multibillion-dollar program providing Internet access for public schools and sharply condemned reports of waste in Atlanta and other school districts, says the city’s Journal-Constitution. House committee members called for more frequent audits of school districts that get money from the federal E-rate program
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