Optical Data Corp. places program on the Indiana math

December 1997
Electronic Education Report;12/17/97, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p3
Trade Publication
Informs that videodisc publisher Optical Data Corp. (ODC) landed its Windows on Math program on the 1998 Indiana math adoption list for grades 1-5. Indiana's 1-5 math adoption list for 1998; Amount of the Indiana adoption; Amount spent by ODC to market its products in an adoption state.


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