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Obama Budget Would Restore Ed-Tech Money Flow to K-12 Districts

President Obama's newly proposed budget calls for restoring a big source of federal money to state and local education technology programs, bringing money for teacher training, and classroom instruction customized to individual students' needs.

The Enhancing Education Through Technology program was jettisoned in 2010, but the administration's new budget proposal, unveiled Monday, calls for bringing it back and overhauling it with $200 million as a vehicle for using competitive grants awarded by states to create "model districts" at the local level.


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