U.S. Science Board Solicits Planning Guidance

Walton, Susan
May 1983
Education Week;5/25/1983, Vol. 2 Issue 35, p10
The article reports has the U.S. National Science Board's Commission on Precollege Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology has outlined the areas in which the Board believes the federal government should play a major role. The move includes offering suggestions that may influence the distribution of federal science-education funds.


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