Bolstering the nation's math and science teacher ranks and equipping U.S. students with the skills they need to be competitive in the global economy was the foundation for a new 10-year, $136 billion education and research initiative proposed by President Bush during his annual State of the Union address to Congress Jan. 31. Advocates of educational technology say the sweeping proposals could have broad implications for schools as educators look for ways to leverage technology to improve education.

In a speech that began with a tribute to the late Coretta Scott King, wife of civil-rights activist


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