Last month, the Muscogee County School Board unanimously approved superintendent David Lewis’ recommendation to buy the programs called “Georgia Collections,” published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and “Leveled Literacy Intervention,” published by Heinemann, for English language arts in grades 6-12, costing a total of $1,586,721. This image shows the ninth-grade student edition of the textbook.
Last month, the Muscogee County School Board unanimously approved superintendent David Lewis’ recommendation to buy the programs called “Georgia Collections,” published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and “Leveled Literacy Intervention,” published by Heinemann, for English language arts in grades 6-12, costing a total of $1,586,721. This image shows the ninth-grade student edition of the textbook. Courtesy of Muscogee County School District
Last month, the Muscogee County School Board unanimously approved superintendent David Lewis’ recommendation to buy the programs called “Georgia Collections,” published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and “Leveled Literacy Intervention,” published by Heinemann, for English language arts in grades 6-12, costing a total of $1,586,721. This image shows the ninth-grade student edition of the textbook. Courtesy of Muscogee County School District

Here’s your primer on Muscogee County School District’s new English textbooks

June 22, 2016 12:34 PM

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