Lang. Arts, Foreign Language Textbook Sales Could Be Lighter in '04 in Tennessee Than Science in '03

December 2003
Educational Marketer;12/1/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 34, p1
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Reports that heavy purchasing by large school districts rescued Tennessee's textbook sales in 2003, but may not be repeated in 2003, when schools are supposed to buy instructional materials in K-12 language arts, foreign language and art, dramatics, music and speech.


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