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December 2002
Educational Marketer;12/2/2002, Vol. 33 Issue 34, p7
Trade Publication
Reports developments related to education in the U.S as of December 2002. Release of the LanguEdge courseware from Educational Testing Service; Introduction of the source codes for baseline course management platform by Jones Knowledge; Partnership between 'Time for Kids' magazine and LeapFrog to produce an interactive book for children.


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