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In January, President George W. Bush unveiled his education plan, "No Child Left Behind," which called for a consolidation of educational technology funding into a single block grant that states would administer. The Senate and House of Representatives have introduced separate bills that would enact the president's proposals and fund educational technology at around $1 billion. Yet, Bush's own budget, released April 9, would cut ed-tech funding from its current level of $872 million down to $817 million. Here's a sampling of opinions about these federal proposals.
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