Are Schools Ready for Digital Learning?

Schools have put in place much of the infrastructure they need as they move toward digital learning environments, but work remains to be done.


Trends in the World Languages Instructional Materials Market

Trends in the World Languages Instructional Materials Market

Instructional materials for high school world language learning represent a $150 million dollar market opportunity, according to EMC school, a major instructional materials market competitor.


U.S. Healthcare Uncertainty Infects Medical Publishing Market

U.S. Healthcare Uncertainty Infects Medical Publishing Market

Repeal and replace fell flat and the bipartisan deal on health insurance reform seems unlikely — cracks in the Affordable Care Act have turned to fissures that threaten to swallow one fifth of the U.S. economy.


Artificial Intelligence Set for Big Role in Scientific & Technical Publishing

Artificial Intelligence Set for Big Role in Scientific & Technical Publishing

Intelligent technology one day becoming ubiquitous, leaving us all jobless and at the mercy of machines, is a notion deeply rooted in science fiction for most people. But truth is sometimes stranger than science fiction.


The Digital Transformation of College Course Materials

New print textbooks are no longer the dominant format of higher education course materials, as covered in Simba's new report, State of College Course Materials 2016-2017


Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Builds Executive Team

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt appointed new executives in October who will report directly to president and CEO Jack Lynch.


Benchmark in LA and Other Adoption News

Benchmark in LA and Other Adoption News

Benchmark Education (New Rochelle, NY) took the K-5 schools in Los Angeles by storm this year in the elementary adoption of English language arts programs.


Trump Targets Expanding Access to Computer Science Education

Trump  Targets Expanding Access to Computer Science Education

The new initiative comes amid continued calls from technology companies for more skills training and reformed worker visas to fill high-demand technology and engineering roles and technology company executives generally reacted positively.


The Affordable Textbook Act is Reintroduced

Conjuring up Jack Nicholson in “The Shining” or repetitive efforts to repeal The Affordable Care Act, The Affordable College Textbook Act was re-introduced September 26 in Congress


More Schools Ready for Digital Learning as Connectivity Increases

More Schools Ready for Digital Learning as Connectivity Increases

Evan Marwell, founder and CEO of EducationSuperHighway, told Simba's newsletter, Electronic Education Report, that a rising percentage of school districts ready for digital learning, from 30% in 2013 to 94% now, is unlocking opportunities for teachers to expand educational resources.