Florida Preserves Most Instructional Materials Funding

May 2008
Educational Marketer;5/26/2008, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p7
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The article reports on the government's preservation to the K-12 instructional materials funding despite the budget problems in Florida. It notes that Governor Charlie Crist has been exerting his effort to assure that the budget will be spent on new reading materials. It also mentions about the approval of 3.1 million budget by the Brevard Board of Education for its core K-6 reading program.


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