Harcourt, Too, Gets a Slice of NYC's New Reading Curriculum

February 2004
Educational Marketer;2/2/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the effort made by New York City government to improve the country's student achievement. Adoption of Orlando, Florida-based textbook program for reading in 49 troubled elementary schools; Selection of "Month by Month Phonics" from North Carolina-based supplemental publisher Carson-Dellosa; Introduction of an intervention program from Dallas-based Voyager Learning.


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