Translator Enters K-12 With Workbooks for English-Students

September 2003
Educational Marketer;9/22/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 27, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the expansion of Redondo Beach, California-based company InterLingua Publishing, a translator of foreign-language technology into K-12 by providing math workbooks for English-students. Plans of the company to introduce its initial series at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 2004; Versions of book for different age groups; Scope and coverage of the topics.


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