In an information campaign organized by three influential ed-tech organizations, educators and other ed-tech advocates took to Capitol Hill March 9 in hopes of convincing lawmakers to restore funding to the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) block grant program and other endangered technology-specific spending measures.


President Bush and other leaders have issued calls to bolster the nation's education system in the face of broad economic changes, but ed-tech advocates contend such goals will not be realized without the proper resources. If proposed ed-tech funding cuts come to fruition, they said, the prospects are dimming that America

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