Heinle & Heinle Sells 13 Foreign Language Titles To Prentice Hall

October 2000
Educational Marketer;10/02/2000, Vol. 31 Issue 28, p4
Trade Publication
Deals with the decision of Heinle and Heinle, part of Thompson Learning's Wadworth Group, to sell its middle and high school foreign language programs to Prentice Hall School.


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