Texas Bd. of Ed. Approves Biology and 3-5 ESL Textbooks; Publishers Gear Up for $47.7M Adoption

November 2003
Educational Marketer;11/17/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 33, p1
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Reports that the Texas state Board of Education has adopted high school biology 3-5 English as a Second Language textbooks. Expenditures of schools on high school biology textbooks; List of major publishers; Assessment of the scope of adoption funding.


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