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May 2008
Educational Marketer;5/12/2008, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p7
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The article reports on the school district expenditures in the 2005-2006 school year in the U.S. It states that school district operating expenditures which include instruction, support service, and food service reached 388.8 billion dollars from 2005-2006. On the other hand, it indicates that district spending on instructional materials such as textbook repairs, workbooks, and testing materials reached 118.7 billion dollars, a 4% higher compared to previous year.


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