NovaNET projects almost $8 million in K-12 sales of online

October 1997
Electronic Education Report;10/22/97, Vol. 4 Issue 20, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that NovaNET expects to generate about $11 million in overall revenues in 1997 for its comprehensive curriculum network courseware products. Revenues of the company during the previous year; Number of schools using NovaNET's products; Annual subscription rates per simultaneous connection user to the company's service; Ownership of NovaNET.


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