Educational software revisions could get on California adoption fast track

June 1999
Electronic Education Report;06/23/99, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p3
Trade Publication
Discloses plans of California to implement a bill that would create an adoption process for electronic education materials, which would review those products on an ongoing basis to allow for faster enhancements and upgrades. Duration of evaluation process; Impact on publishers; Reaction of the Software & Information Industry Association; Funding.


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