Funding & Legislation

December 1998
Journal of Correctional Education;Dec1998, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p134
Academic Journal
Reports on provisions on the U.S. Workforce Investment Act of 1998. Changes in the correctional education set-aside from the Adult Education State Formula Grants; Provisions in the Perkins Act Amendments.


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