McGraw-Hill sells M-H School Systems to National Computer

July 1997
Electronic Education Report;07/09/97, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p7
Trade Publication
Announces that McGraw-Hill of New York, New York, had sold its McGraw-Hill School Systems and McGraw-Hill/London House units to National Computer Systems in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Reason for the selling of the two units; Annual sales generated by McGraw-Hill School Systems and London House; Products of McGraw-Hill School Systems and London House.


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