Scholastic Education Revenue Drops in Slow School Market
- Technology Sales Drive Scholastic Ed. Revenue Growth in Q1. // Educational Marketer;9/28/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 19, p7
The article reports on the growth in the business revenue of Educational Publishing Co. which increased by 29 percent to 148.7 million dollars for the first quarter of 2009 in the U.S.
- Products at work. // Tech Directions;May/June97, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p34
Presents technological products that actually work in schools and other training environments in the United States. Hearlihy & Company's flexible lesson plans; Flexible furnitures for station graphics laboratories; The use of computer-assisted design (CAD) KEY and DataCAD products; The US...
- High-tech connection. Holzberg, Carol S. // Technology & Learning;Mar98, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p32
Presents a number of technologies in the form of books, globes, off-line toys, calculators, and others, to enhance a student's learning. Information on the 16-inch inactive Barney ActiMate; Details on various Comfy interactive movies; Identification of movies; Reference to the Book Buddy...
- Product news. // Technology Teacher;May/Jun94, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p36
Presents various products of related to educational technology. Includes Control System from LEGO Dacta; Learning Station from the Media Garden; Sitting on the Farm computer software from Sanctuary Woods.
- Late breaks.... // T H E Journal;Nov94, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p26
Presents news items concerning educational technology products. Fifty percent discount offered by Laureate Learning Systems on all Apple II editions of its talking software; Polaroid's price cuts on its Polaview LCD panels; Nikon's $75 rebate on its Coolscan scanner.
- New products. // T H E Journal;Nov94, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p85
Features several educational technology products. Includes the AlphaSmart keyboard; Polaroid PictureDrive; PowerBook 150 computer notebook.
- Products. // T H E Journal;Nov94, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p106
Features various educational products. Includes the MultiSync 2V computer monitor; Dell Latitude XP notebook computers; MasterConsole.
- Late breaks. // T H E Journal;Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p20
Reports on developments in educational technology companies. Includes creation of the Education Division at Boxlight; Availability of the National School Boards Association's `Plans & Policies for Technology in Education: A Compendium; Use of Farallon's EtherWave devices in Fulton County, Ga....
- Products. // T H E Journal;Apr96, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p88
Presents computer-related products that are of interests to students, teachers and educators. Includes the Heathkit PC Laser Printer Course; Kin-der-Link computer table; GeoSafari Theater.