March 30, 2018 | Volume 49, Number 7

Scholastic Dives Back into Core Basal Reading Market

Scholastic’s (New York) recent parade of new literacy products will expand this summer as it launches Scholastic Literacy, a balanced literacy program for grades PreK to 6 with print ...

MHE Revenue Slides 1.2% to $1.72 Billion in 2017

McGraw-Hill Education (New York) revenue declined 1.2% to $1.72 billion in 2017. The company’s Professional segment was the only one to see growth—up 3.3%—but as the smallest ...

Optimism Seeps Back into For-Profit Career-College Industry

After years of declining enrollment, growing criticism of its business and marketing practices, and stricter government oversight, the for-profit career-college industry by the end of ...

For-Profits and Regulations

For-profit career college operators are expecting a more receptive landscape with reduced regulatory pressure from the federal government, though industry push-back at the state level ...

School Specialty Science Revenue Grows 10.3% in 2017

Curriculum segment revenue at School Specialty (Greenville, WI) increased 77.9% to $15.5 million in the fourth quarter and was up 10.3% to $63.4 million in the full year.School ...

Texas Boosts G-W Sales

Goodheart-Willcox (Tinley Park, IL) continued to benefit in the company’s fiscal third quarter, ended December 31, from the Texas career and technical education adoption but company ...

News Briefs 3/30/2018

Scholastic (New York) in March expanded its My Arabic Library, a leveled reading program available in Arabic for grades 1-6, to include educational materials for PreK and kindergarten ...

Partnerships & Acquisitions 3/30/2018

Cengage (Boston) in March forged new or extended partnerships for its Cengage Unlimited subscription offering. Cengage partnered with Follett (Westchester, IL) to distribute, market ...

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