A new report finds that about $12 billion will be available in federal funds to help schools make technology purchases and train teachers in incorporating computers into their classroom curriculum. Many of the 27 government funding programs identified in the report are untapped gold mines that you should consider tapping . . . before the competition does.

The preliminary report was commissioned as part of an extensive internal examination of federal funding programs for school technology. The investigation was sparked by lawmakers' concerns over government spending on schools, particularly through programs like the eRate. The


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