Poor school districts struggling to find affordable ways to modernize schools and fix crumbling buildings might be eligible for billions of dollars in additional funding, depending on how Congress decides to vote on its remaining appropriations bills after it returns to the lame-duck session in December.

While much of the attention surrounding the federal education budget for fiscal year 2001, which is still before Congress, has focused on an amendment that would mandate the use of internet


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