If you're worried about whether your schools are ready for the year 2000 (Y2K), they probably aren't. But help is on the way.

The U.S. Department of Education is sending your school district a new guide to help you cope with potential Y2K problems, Education Secretary Richard W. Riley announced Feb. 12. And you can get a web version of the manual right now (see Links).

Produced with the Council of the Great City Schools, the document--"Squashing the Millennium Bug: A Year 2000 Compliance Guide for Elementary/Secondary Schools and School Districts"--contains a 57-point checklist, computer tests, web


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