News briefs

September 1997
Electronic Education Report;09/24/97, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p7
Trade Publication
Reports several news briefs regarding computer industry in the United States. Encyclopaedia Britannica's signing of a contract with the Florida Department of Education; Naming of Invest Learning, a K-12 and adult distance learning provider, as one of San Diego County's `Cool 25' technology companies for 1997 by the `San Diego Union-Tribune' newspaper; Microsoft Corp.'s signing of an agreement with Costa Rica to offer the country discounts on educational software; More.


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