House bill could cut ed tech funding by 13%

08/3/2004 | eSchool News (free registration)

Last month, the House Appropriations Committee's 2005 spending bill markup proposed cutting the Educational Technology State Grant program by $91 million and eliminating the Star Schools and Community Technology Centers programs. The House proposal, however, contains a $2 billion increase in overall education funding, including a new $30 million program to help states create a data infrastructure to meet the goals of NCLB.

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