South Carolina Education Department Pushes To Renew Instructional Materials Adoption

October 2011
Educational Marketer;10/24/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 21, p1
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The article reports on the renewal of textbook adoption in South Carolina Education Department. It states the education budget recommendation of state schools superintendent Mick Zais asked the support of Governor Nikki Haley to streamline the time consuming textbook adoption process and encourage the adoption of digital content. It notes that Zais is seeking an increase in funding for instructional materials.


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