WRC Media Combines Offerings Of Business Units Under iView Umbrella

July 2000
Electronic Education Report;07/05/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p7
Trade Publication
Reports the launching of CompassLearning, a social studies curriculum that combines various software, print and Internet resources by WRC Media in New York. Role of Worldview Software in providing the social studies curriculum to educational Web sites; Context of the curriculum; Partners of the company.


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