Few College Programs Reap Gains From Education Spending Bill

Dervarics, Charles
July 2004
Black Issues in Higher Education;7/29/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p6
Focuses on the benefits of the education spending bill to college programs in the U.S. Impact of the education spending bill on historically Black colleges and universities; Effect of the bill on education funding and grants; Recommended funding levels by the House education spending bill.


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