Gov. Wilson, legislature shoot down California Education Technology Board

August 1998
Electronic Education Report;08/05/98, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has vetoed a legislation aimed at extending the state's Educational Council for Technology in Learning (ECTL). State education department's creation of a new board to oversee and create a statewide technology plan; Responsibilities of the new board; Proposed federal Technology Literacy Challenge Fund allocation of $46.5 million in 1997-1998.


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