Cost-Cutting Continues as Scholastic's Long-Term Strategy

October 2006
Educational Marketer;10/2/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 28, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the long-term strategy of New York-based Scholastic Corp. which is focused on cost cutting. The company is aiming to gain $40 million in cost savings through its fiscal 2008 budget plan. In addition, the strategic emphasis of Scholastic's Education Division is on partnering with districts to provide solutions-based materials.


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