School Groups Hope K-12 Snags Portion of Stimulus

Klein, Alyson
January 2009
Education Week;1/7/2009, Vol. 28 Issue 16, p22
The article reports that education groups in the United States are hoping to receive money from a massive economic stimulus package designed by United States President-elect Barack Obama and Congress. Groups intend to use money from the stimulus to help revitalize financially struggling school districts.


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