SUNNY SPENDING FORECAST: Nearly 90% of districts surveyed in MDR/EdNET Insight's "State of the K-12 Market 2014" report "expect their 2014-2015 technology budgets in hardware, software, teacher training, and technical support to stay the same or increase." One of four districts also expect their instructional budgets for math, English, science and social studies content to increase--up from 16% in the previous year. That's most of the news that EdNET saw fit to print for free. The full report is available as part of EdNET's subscription packages (starting at $7,500) that include research and consulting services. Here's a peek at the report's table of contents and list of tables.