With the general election still four months away, the two leading candidates for United States president offered the first glimpse of where they stand on issues important to school technology decision makers.

Citing an "achievement gap"—not just a technology gap—in the nation's schools, Texas Gov. and Republican hopeful George W. Bush on June 19 proposed a $400 million, five-year initiative to reform technology education and increase student performance if elected president.


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