Maryland to spend $1.5 million on public school software

August 1997
Electronic Education Report;08/06/97, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p7
Trade Publication
Illustrates the state of Maryland's spending for K-12 school technology on educational software under the five-year plan called the Technology in Maryland Schools Program. Features of the program; Total number of Maryland's public school students; Amount of federal grant received by Maryland under the Technology Literacy Challenge Fund.


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