I Know What I Would Buy, If I Only Had the Money

Marczynski, Paula
January 2007
Florida Media Quarterly;Winter2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p8
The article discusses the author's experience on working for the requirements needed to receive a grant from Public Education Network and New York Life Foundation to improve the literacy of high school students in Florida. She provided a formula for providing funds and the average cost of books needed in the library and gather a technology wish list for about $60,000. She was told by the school principal that they received the grant which include a physical renovation of the library.


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