December 4, 2020 | Volume 51, Number 24

McGraw Hill Higher Ed Is Billings Bright Spot

Reported revenue and billings at McGraw Hill (New York) each decreased in the company’s fiscal second quarter and half-year, ended September 30, but the declines were somewhat ...

In-Person Learning in January? Maybe

As schools across the country moved between in-school and remote learning this fall, the expectation was that if they could get through the Christmas holidays with a significant amount ...

COVID Impacts Felt in International Textbook Trade

Across the board, the export and import of textbooks continued to be impacted by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic through the third quarter. Pretty uniformly, sales were down in ...

Texas SBOE Approves Revised Health Standards

The Texas state Board of Education in November approved revised health education curriculum standards for the first time since 1997.Health education often is a contentious topic in ...

Momentum Continues at Wiley Education Services

John Wiley & Sons’ (Hoboken, NJ) Wiley Education Services in November launched Wiley Beyond, an employee benefits solution to help organizations close skills gaps within their ...

NAEP Is Postponed

Students in U.S. schools will not be taking the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, exams in 2021, according to James Woodworth, commissioner of the National Center ...

Ed Tech Attracts Investors

While Anchorage Funds in November decided to exit its 16% holding in Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Boston) with a secondary offering of its 19.5 million shares of HMH stock, other ...

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