Magazine article Curriculum Administrator

The Districts' Choice Top 100 Products for 2000

Magazine article Curriculum Administrator

The Districts' Choice Top 100 Products for 2000

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Just a quick look at the introductions to the four sections of this year's Districts' Choice Top 100 Products will tell you that schools have been on a buying binge recently. And a closer look at the winners in the Top 100 list will explain why. Never before have districts had so many quality products to consider. Just think of the progress in hardware components in the last year, then factor in the proliferation of education-based Internet sites, throw in a mushrooming number of software titles and add up Harry Potter and the rest of the books published in the last 12 months.

So while more money than ever is available for education products, more products than ever are vying for administrators' attention. This makes choosing every purchase more challenging. That's where CURRICULUM ADMINISTRATOR'S Top 100 list can help.

There are some changes to this year's list, the 13th this magazine has published. In previous years, the Top 100 was limited to products covered by CURRICULUM ADMINISTRATOR in the past 12 months. This year we opened the gates and included all education products released in the last year. If we heard of it, whether it was in our pages or not, we considered it. …

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