Schools to delay for Y2K

December 1999
FoodService Director;12/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p18
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Examines the effect of the year 2000 computer crisis (Y2K) towards the opening of schools in the United States (US) after January 1, 2000. Reason behind the delay in the opening of schools; Information on the findings conducted by the US Dept. of Education regarding the preparation of schools for Y2K.


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