Adoptions Proceed in Texas with Significant Changes

July 2011
Educational Marketer;7/18/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 15, p1
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The article offers information on the changes in the textbook adoptions in Texas. It states that the clarity in how the adoptions will proceed started to emerge from the Texas Education Agency, although the agency still wait for the state Governor Rick Perry to sign the Senate Bill 6 that would authorize most of the changes. It says that about 792 million dollars was provided by the state Legislature to help district schools pay for instructional materials in 2012-2013.


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