Sylvan Completes $300M Break-Up Of K-12, Higher Ed. Businesses

July 2003
Educational Marketer;7/14/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 20, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Baltimore, Maryland-based Sylvan Learning Systems Inc. has completed the break-up of its multi-million education business, divesting its K-12 businesses in a multi-million dollar cash and stock management buyout. Plan of the company to focus on the post-secondary arena and to change its business name; Financial performance of the company; Revenue generated from the company's other business units.


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