September 13, 2019 | Volume 50, Number 18

Wiley Education Publishing Revenue Decreases in Fiscal Q1

John Wiley & Sons (Hoboken, NJ) turned in a mixed performance in its fiscal first quarter, ended July 3, with company revenue up 3.1% to $423.5 million, driven by growth in the ...

B&N Education Expands Student/Faculty Services

As Barnes & Noble Education (Basking Ridge, NJ) goes into a new school year, the company has added to its services for students and instructors.For its bartleby learn student ...

Textbook Exports Down in Q2; Imports Increase

Amid a trade war with China and a continuing shift to digital, the value of textbooks exported to foreign markets decreased 6.1% to $88.2 million in the second quarter, even as the ...

Executive Suite Changes Throughout the Education Industry

Follett Corp. (Westchester, IL) at the start of a new academic year has reshaped executive management in its Higher Education and School businesses by promoting from within.Follett ...

2U and Simmons University Launch Deferred Tuition Plan

Online degree and short-program provider 2U (Lanham, MD) has teamed up with Simmons University’s School of Nursing to offer its first no-interest deferred tuition plan. 2U said the ...

News Briefs, September 13, 2019

McGraw-Hill (New York) expects more than 60,000 college students to use its Connect Master suite of digital-first course materials this fall. Connect Master products, built with ...

Partnerships & Acquisitions, September 13, 2019

Jones & Bartlett Learning (Burlington, MA), an Ascend Learning company, in September acquired certain allied health titles from Wolters Kluwer Health (Philadelphia). The titles ...

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