DULUTH, GA--Feb 01, 2007--When a school district undertakes new initiatives, administrators begin the tricky process of selecting the right combination of programs to address their needs. Navigating through all of the options is difficult due to all the boasts and claims made about competing products.

If a district is having success with a certain initiative, then the answer is easy: expand the use of the current program. If the district is starting from scratch, however, administrators know that choosing the wrong product will not only cost the district a large sum of money but also handicap their students´ potential academic...

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