N.C. Approves Language Arts Programs From Seven Publishers

April 2011
Educational Marketer;4/11/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p3
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The article reports on the initiative of the North Carolina state Board of Education to approve seven publishers of textbooks for its Grade K-12 language arts programs. It mentions that the board had pushed through its efforts despite the cuts in state budget for instructional materials. Furthermore, the state was allowed flexibility in using what aid they received for other educational purposes.


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