2003 Begins Nicely for U.S. K-12 Publishers, Year-to-Date Up 13%

June 2003
Educational Marketer;6/23/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 18, p3
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Reports on the positive trend in K-12 basal textbook sales in the U.S. Account of sale increases according to the Association of American Publishers; Growth rate in revenue from basal and supplemental materials; Factors influencing the sales volume.


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