Texas, California and Florida Budget Dilemmas: Caught Between Not Very Good and Worse

May 2003
Educational Marketer;5/12/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 14, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on factors contributing to the budget dilemmas in Texas, California and Florida, particularly in relation to the state's purchase of textbooks. Belief of education publishers of higher interest from texas public schools in their textbooks; Effect of the state budgets in California and Florida on Texas' adoption opportunities; Compromise budget suggested by the Texas Legislature to address the issue.


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