News briefs

January 1998
Electronic Education Report;1/14/98, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p8
Trade Publication
Presents developments in the educational software industry in the United States for the week ending January 14, 1998. Placement of products from Optical Data Corp. and Future Graph on Alabama's K-12 mathematics adoption list for 1998; Carolina Power & Light's $50,000 donation to North Carolina's ExplorNet project aimed at placing rural schools on the Internet; A.D.A.M. Software's stock repurchase program.


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