Area schools get technology money
Area schools are slated to receive nearly $65,000 in technology money this month after an infusion of federal funds to Montana in November.
Gov. Judy Martz announced the distribution of $2.7 million to K-12 schools on Nov. 20. Of that, $1.75 million will be divided up among all of the state's public schools for technology programs.
The remaining $950,000 will be used for a variety of purposes, including reading instruction for students in grades K-3, vocational training, Indian education curriculum development, and implementation of No Child Left Behind, President Bush's education reform la...
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