Education Funding Is on Track in California, Texas and Florida

February 2007
Educational Marketer;2/19/2007, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p5
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The article reports on the outlook for federal aid to education for instructional materials in California, Texas, and Florida as publishers expect sales to grow up after an improved textbook adoption opportunity in 2007. The textbook budget proposal in California reaches a 4.04% cost of living increase for instructional materials while the budget bills in Texas costs $468 million. Meanwhile, Florida's budget for instructional materials had been slashed down by 2.5% costing $274.6 million.


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