College Board Trustees Postpone Vote on S.A.T. Revision

Pitsch, Mark
October 1990
Education Week;10/10/1990, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p5
The article reports that the Education Department has awarded four grants totaling 1.2 million to school districts and education groups to spur innovative uses of educational technology in Washington. The selected grantees from among the 163 applicants have proposed to use such media as videodisks, videotape and multimedia platforms to teach mathematics, science and foreign languages. The grants were made to the following recipients: National Science Teachers Association, New York University, Richmond Unified School District and Philadelphia School District.


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