Proposed change to education-technology funding prompts concern

02/3/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

Education-technology groups are concerned about changes in the federal budget proposed by President Barack Obama that discontinue a dedicated source of funding for school technology. Under Obama's budget plan, the Enhancing Education Through Technology program would lose all funding, with money for school technology integrated into the overall education budget. While the Obama administration has pledged its support for continued progress in education technology, the groups are calling for a "tangible" commitment.

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