Montana receives a 110% increase in TLCF money for 1998-99

November 1998
Electronic Education Report;11/11/98, Vol. 5 Issue 21, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in funding received by the state of Montana from the federal Technology Literacy Challenge Fund for 1998-1999. Allocations in 1997; State funds for educational purposes.


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