January 1, 2021 | Volume 52, Number 1

Wiley Ed Publishing, Services Turn Positive

In another year, the results of the Education Publishing unit at John Wiley & Sons (Hoboken, NJ) might be considered mediocre. In 2020, the results appear stellar.Education ...

Cardona Would Stress Access in Public Education

In picking Miguel Cardona as his nominee for secretary of education, President-elect Joe Biden went not to the teacher unions or a national think tank but to an education leader from a ...

Career Colleges Weather COVID-19, Face New Political Winds

A year ago BC—before COVID—career college operators were working to recapture the success they had experienced a decade ago.Some of the bumps they experienced in that journey, such ...

Acquisitions

In addition to the completed sale in December of Zovio’s (Chandler, AZ) Ashford University to the University of Arizona Global Campus, there have been two other recent sales in the ...

Lack of School Fairs Hurt Scholastic Revenue

Revenue decreased by double digits in almost every segment at Scholastic (New York) in the company’s fiscal second quarter, ended November 30, reflecting the continuing impact of the ...

Else-Mitchell Returns to Scholastic

While Scholastic (New York) continues to adjust to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on its business, the company is entering its 101st year in business with organizational and ...

BNED Gains Investor, Adds Retail Merchandise

Barnes & Noble Education (Basking Ridge, NJ) in December entered into a long-term strategic merchandising partnership with Fanatics (Jacksonville, FL) and Lids (Indianapolis), two ...

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