Harcourt Reorganizes Harcourt Achieve Imprints, Creates New Division Focused on Total Solutions

March 2007
Educational Marketer;3/19/2007, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p1
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The article reports on the reorganization of Harcourt Education in Orlando, Florida. The reorganization includes the removal of its supplemental materials division Harcourt Achieve, the establishment of Harcourt Connected Learning (HCL) and the realignment of its imprints. It is covered that HCL will focus on development and sales of comprehensive solutions that draw on resources and assets from the businesses and technology of the company.


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