Trends; Textbook Selection

Muther, Connie
October 1986
Educational Leadership;Oct86, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p86
Presents several educational materials designed to provide alternatives to inadequate science textbooks. Names of publishers and suppliers; Features of the programs developed by the companies; Contact information.


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