States are already loosing children. Send them across state lines, No. The real question is how do we ensure their care and safety wherever they are located. The system that exist is under staffed, under trained and starved of funding. A computer is nothing but a tool and the systems run require maintenance. Does the adage, "garbage in garbage out" sound familiar? It's true. What the kids need are qualified people to do the job and funds to support the systems adequately. Then if you want to throw in better hardware and software OK. But this sounds just like a Republican solution, give a tax break to the rich, buy expensive equipment from a buddy for a kick back and hang the kids out to dry. Back in the mid 80s the government was looking to by computers and spend big dollars buying Wang computers. What a flop. Turned out that a Congressman had a relative that sold Wang computers, both got a bonus. Message, don't buy a new computer system unless it comes with lots more staff and funding.