October Brings No Relief From Sales Downturn in K-12 Materials

December 2002
Educational Marketer;12/16/2002, Vol. 33 Issue 36, p7
Trade Publication
Reports the decrease revenues in U.S. educational publishing market for October 2002. Sales of instructional materials to high schools in non-adoption states; Decline of year-to-date sales.


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