Ten Publishers Gear Up for Texas 6-12 Math Adoption

December 2006
Educational Marketer;12/11/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 35, p2
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The article features the ten educational publishers that are seeking a stake in the Texas middle-and high-school math adoption. Funding appropriations for the adoption will be set by the state legislature. Texas buys textbooks for its students at the state level, and the estimated first-year sales from the Texas Education Agency include the purchase of 108 textbooks for every 100 students.


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