New federal initiatives, including millions of dollars in grants to fund both K-12 and adult education programs, were announced in Washington on Jan. 12. The programs, designed to reverse the nationwide shortage of high-tech workers, could give new clout and more money to your technology school-to-work programs.
At least $6 million of the Clinton Administration's initiatives will go
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