Idaho legislature allocates $10.4 million for K-12 software, hardware in 1998-99

April 1998
Electronic Education Report;04/22/98, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on Idaho legislature's allocation of funds for the state's school districts to purchase software, hardware and staff development resources for education in 1998-1999. Breakdown of amounts distributed to districts; Requirements before approval of funding is granted; Grant from the federal Technology Literacy Challenge Fund.


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