Kentucky lawmakers increase school technology funding 218% to $127M

June 1998
Electronic Education Report;06/24/98, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p6
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Reports that the Kentucky Legislature has voted to increase funding for the state's Master Technology Plan for the 1998-2000 funding cycle. Awarding of funds based on the school districts' unmet need and average daily attendance; Priority projects for districts under the plan; Move to meet the program objectives by the year 2000.


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