The Learning Co. scores with teachers in recent survey on

November 1997
Electronic Education Report;11/19/97, Vol. 4 Issue 22, p5
Trade Publication
Explains why The Learning Company (TLC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the most popular publisher of school software identified in the survey conducted by Education Market Research (EMR). Six TLC titles included in the ranking of the best in the four major disciplines; Acquisition of SkillsBank Corporation by TLC; Statistical data of curriculum-based educational software and productivity software used in schools.


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