Jostens Learning places its software on the 1998 $27.3

December 1997
Electronic Education Report;12/03/97, Vol. 4 Issue 23, p1
Trade Publication
Introduces the software program on Texas' 1998 spelling adoption list of Courseware publisher Jostens Learning Corp. Cost of the five-year elementary school adoption; Publishers and products approved by the state to include in the Texas list; Product plan contents; Plans of Jostens to land on other state adoption on math and language arts subjects.


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