Former TLC exec Hurley follows interest in Internet to NetSchools

January 2000
Electronic Education Report;01/19/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on former Learning Co. executive Kathy Hurley's move to NetSchools of Atlanta, Georgia. Growing understanding on the advantages of the Internet among electronic education developers and schools; Services provided by NetSchools; Responsibilities entrusted to Hurley by NetSchools; Hurley as member of the board of directors of software developer Heartsoft Inc.


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