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Giving an Old Store a New Chance
New retailers Cheri and Gary Bullard revive their local school supply store

by Alyssa LaFaro

By the time Alpha Office & Educational Products had reached its 21st and final year, it had three big problems: inventory had become disorganized, the space had become unwieldy, and an economic boom predicted for downtown Iuka, Mississippi, was never realized. Read More



Helping Kids Crack
the Code

“Teaching Reading IS Rocket Science” states a white paper prepared in 1999 by the American Federation of Teachers. Fifteen years later, you’re reminded about the truth of that statement every day as you help frustrated teachers and parents choose reading and writing resources.

Learning to read is not a natural and easy process, contrary to one popular theory. “It’s a linguistic achievement,” says Reading Rockets, a national multimedia literacy initiative launched in 2001.
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Ed-U's Out, TOP's In

March 2004

Recently we spoke with Tim Holt, president and CEO of NSSEA, who gave Educational Dealer an update on the new TOP (Training on Products) events to be held in the spring. The NSSEA board of directors recommended the TOP events after the decision was made to phase out Ed-U in the fall. The first T ... [click here to read more]




Significant Changes Ahead for EDexpo
in 2015

Tom Green, chair of the Education Market Association, recently talked to Kevin Fahy, publisher of Ed Dealer magazine, about new ideas for increasing the effectiveness of EDexpo. Here, he shares EDmarket’s plans for increasing dealer attendance, raising consumer awareness of our industry, and creating sales in new markets.
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by Kevin Fahy


Kevin Fahy

Changing Channels
This summer CNN ran a documentary series, coproduced by Tom Hanks, called “The Sixties.” Appropriately, the first installment of the 10-part series was called “TV Comes of Age.”
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