Feds serve up education `pork' in fiscal 1998

Hoff, David J.
December 1997
Education Week;12/03/97, Vol. 17 Issue 15, p1
Reports that schools in Pennsylvania and Iowa will be the first to receive the US Department of Education's spending bill for education technology in 1998. Fiber-optic network in Iowa; Network of supercomputers in Pennsylvania; Allocation for projects in specific schools, state education agencies, universities, libraries and museums.


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