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Educational Marketer;8/21/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 24, p8
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The article presents educational developments in the U.S. In New Jersey, the Gloucester Township school district has adopted SRA/McGraw-Hill's Real Math as the curriculum to be used for grades K-8 special education students. The school district in Washington, Missouri has decided to adopt Pearson Benchmark as its Web-based assessment tool in order to monitor the progress of students.


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