Texas teachers relying on old, error-riddled textbooks

09/2/2003 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

The Texas Legislature reduced textbook funding by $182 million this year, forcing teachers to continue using outdated books, some containing erroneous information. Replacement texts for ESL, health education and technology applications classes, among others, most likely will not be funded until the legislature meets in 2005.

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