Scholastic holds off furious charge by ACTV to remain nation's largest online curriculum provider

August 1998
Electronic Education Report;08/05/98, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that New York City-based Scholastic Network has maintained its rank as the top online curriculum provider in the United States in 1997, as surveyed by `Electronic Education Report.' Growth rates in the market; Performances by Simon & Schuster, American Cybercasting, TRO Learning, Peregrine Publishers and LOGAL; Sales performance; Market shares.


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