Tech Funding in the 2013 Proposed Budget Remains Integrated

Pascopella, Angela
May 2012
District Administration;May2012, p76
The article discusses the proposed 2013 U.S. Education Department budget, proposed by president Barack Obama, and how it incorporates funding for educational technologies, child care, and STEM education improvements. Race to the Top (RTTT) funds, the RTTT Early Learning Challenge project, and Investing in Innovation (i3) grants are discussed, as well as budget proposals to close achievement gaps, train teachers, and improve academic achievement.


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