Mississippi and Louisiana Rejoin Textbook Adoption Cycle

September 2006
Educational Marketer;9/11/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 26, p5
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The article reports that Mississippi and Louisiana have rejoined in the kindergarten through 12th grade textbook adoption cycle. The Mississippi Department of Education is accepting bids from publishers through September 15, 2006 including in the areas of family and consumer sciences, health, physical education, handwriting and English/language arts. The display of textbook samples in Louisiana will be through September 22, 2006.


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