ETS Enters K-12 Testing Market, Creates 2 For-Profit Subsidiaries

October 2000
Educational Marketer;10/09/2000, Vol. 31 Issue 29, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that the Educational Testing Service Inc., a private, non-profit educational testing and research organization, has created two for-profit subsidiaries that will tap into the growing K-12 computer-based testing market.


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