School Specialty Looks to a Better Spring 2011

December 2010
Educational Marketer;12/ 6/2010, Vol. 41 Issue 24, p1
Trade Publication
The article forecasts the financial performance of Wisconsin-based School Specialty Inc. for fiscal year 2011. School Specialty chief executive officer (CEO) David Vander Zanden believes that the school year 2011 is the company's trough for school funding. It also notes that the company expects an improvement on the sales of their furniture, supplies and K-12 curriculum business by the end of the fiscal year.


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