Jostens Learning signs British deal with Addison Wesley Longman

January 1998
Electronic Education Report;01/28/98, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Jostens Learning Corp.'s seven-year deal with the software division of Addison Wesley Longman, Logotron, to sell the curriculum software `Tomorrow's Promise' to K-12 schools in England. Estimated value of the contract and the K-12 software market in Great Britain; Expected debut and price of the first products.


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