New Regulations For Math-Science Grants Published

November 1985
Education Week;11/6/1985, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p2
The article reports on the final regulations for the 90-million dollars in grants to states under the mathematics and science-education program which was authorized by the U.S. Congress. The department had announced that 75 percent of the funds will go to the local educational agencies while the remaining will be used to finance effective programs, technical assistance and administration. The distribution of the formula grants will be based on the number of students from ages 5 to 17.


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