U.S. Textbook Exports Fall 7.3% in First Half of the Year

U.S. Textbook Exports Fall 7.3% in First Half of the Year

In an era of trade wars and challenges to traditional formats and distribution models, U.S. education publishers are re-examining their business models for approaching international markets.


Your Voice: Q&A - The Future of Educational Publishing

Your Voice: Q&A - The Future of Educational Publishing

EM recently chatted with Bradley Metrock, CEO of Score Publishing, which owns and operates Digital Book World, about the future of educational publishing.


Amid Disruption, Publishers Shift Strategies in Higher Ed Market

Amid Disruption, Publishers Shift Strategies in Higher Ed Market

Disruption has been a key descriptive term for the higher education market in the United States for several years. The term continued to be apt in 2016 and remains viable as the market heads into 2017, according to Simba Information’s new College Course Materials Market Trends & Forecast 2016.


The Current Role Of The Core Reading Textbook

By Robert M. Resnick, Ph.D., Education Market Research

According to the results of a fall 2013 survey of the elementary Reading market segment, conducted by Education Market Research (EMR), a clear majority of the educators sampled (73.3%) still have a core/basal Reading series which they either “follow very closely” (28.8%) or, more often, from which they “pick and choose parts of it to use as needed” (44.5%). Only 26.7% indicated they do not use a core Reading series. [Thus the number not us...