From Textbooks to Tests, Educational Publishers Remain Upbeat About Growth for Rest of 2003

May 2003
Educational Marketer;5/12/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 14, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on growth forecast in the educational publishing industry for the rest of 2003 in the United States. Implications of the vagaries of the K-12 school funding situation; Revenue projection of McGraw-Hill Co. despite sluggish first-quarter K-12 revenue; Revenue growth projection of Pearson Education Inc.; Reed Elsevier PLC's anticipation of a revenue increase by the end of the year. INSETS: EM Pulse...;U.S. K-12 Instructional Materials Sales, March 2003.


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