Published Online: February 24, 2009

Spotlight on the Stimulus

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Spotlight on Stimulus April Edition

New! April 2009 Spotlight on the Stimulus

New coverage with timely updates: Education Week's Spotlight on the Stimulus brings together the latest information and analysis on the federal economic-stimulus package. Want to know what the stimulus package will mean for the nation’s schools and for you?

The Spotlight on the Stimulus-April edition includes a special collection of content hand-selected by our editors.

Latest In-depth Reporting and Analysis From Education Week:
Six essential articles that tell you what you need to know about the stimulus, including tips on the best use of stimulus money; easy-to-understand, detailed descriptions of the U.S. Department of Education guidance and the Race to the Top money; and the inside scoop on using the stimulus funds for data systems and school construction.

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Thought-provoking Commentaries:
Views and perspective from the nation's leading experts.

Spotlight on Stimulus

February 2009 Spotlight on the Stimulus

Six essential articles and three Commentaries by leading experts describe the components of the education stimulus, how local educators are preparing to use the funds, what it means for school technology, and related accountability measures.

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