More From Mississippi: Jackson Eschews Textbooks, Picks FOSS

March 2003
Educational Marketer;3/10/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p3
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Reports on the Jackson, Mississippi, school district's decision to adopt Delta Education's hands-on elementary science program, Full Option Science System, instead of adopting state-approved textbook selections.


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