Q2 Increase in Education Sales Almost Pulled Scholastic's K-12 Revenue into the Plus Column

January 2003
Educational Marketer;1/13/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the increase of the education publishing revenue of Scholastic in the U.S. Sale of the Read 180 software product and the Scholastic Early Childhood learning program by the company; Mandate of the government to improve the reading proficiency of students; Factors contributing to the revenue growth.


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