Federal and state budgets are main concerns of SIIA, industry executives at Infosoft Essentials

September 1999
Electronic Education Report;09/29/99, Vol. 6 Issue 18, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the possible reduction of federal funding for education programs in fiscal 2000 in the United States.


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