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August 1997
Electronic Education Report;08/06/97, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p8
Trade Publication
Features various news in education in the United States. Expectation on the technology funding bills for school districts of the US Senate and House of Representatives; Co-developmental deal signed by school technology integrator IBM K-12 and Turner Learning; Terms of the deal signed by entertainment and publisher software publisher Broderbund Software and Encyclopedia Britannica for Broderbund.


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