Pennsylvania Education Department awards $42.3M in technology grants

March 1998
Electronic Education Report;3/11/98, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the Pennsylvania Department of Education's awarding of $42.3 million in state link-to-learn grants to K-12 districts and higher education institutions for the purchase of software, hardware and professional development resources in 1997-98. Allegations of graft by technology education director John Bailey on the district spending.


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