Texas Orders Remain on the Light Side

October 2011
Educational Marketer;10/10/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 20, p1
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The article reports that school districts in Texas have spend 214.4 million dollars on instructional materials in the 2011 adoption for language arts, Prekindergarten systems and supplemental science. It mentions that the budget spent by the state is accounted for 41% of the districts' total allocation for 2011-2012. Moreover, a chart is presented depicting the preliminary results of Texas PreK-12 2011 adoption.


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