Scholastic Focuses on Technology-Based Solutions for Education

August 2007
Educational Marketer;8/6/2007, Vol. 38 Issue 15, p4
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The article reports on the move of Scholastic Inc. to split its Educational Publishing segment into two operating units in New York City. The split, which created Scholastic Education and Scholastic Schools and Library Group, is aimed at promoting sales growth in the area of educational technology. Accordingly, the reorganization will take effect on September 1, 2007.


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