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Published Jan 1, 2021 | Pub ID: CU1037467

Educational Marketer has been the pre-eminent source of business news and analysis for educational publishing and marketing for over 40 years. Each 8-page issue is tightly packed with alerts to upcoming adoptions, mergers and acquisitions, and tested success strategies for PreK-12 and college markets.

Our seasoned editorial team uses exclusive rankings of PreK-12, college and supplemental publishers by revenue and market share to benchmark publisher operations and help you evaluate and contrast them against each other. With an emphasis on delivering Simba’s unique brand of metrics, analysis and short- and long-term perspective on events shaping the instructional materials industry, Educational Marketer stands apart from other publications targeted to the educational publishing community.

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Our editorial mission is to thoroughly brief readers on the changes in demographics, enrollment and funding and how they will affect sales of core basal curriculum and technology products to schools and colleges. Subscribers to Educational Marketer gain access to backstage looks at industry leaders and smaller publishers, insights into what's behind the latest textbook and software publisher alliances, and informed perspectives on strategies for non-adoption states.

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• Publisher strategies and exclusive rankings
• Enrollment and demographics
• State and federal funding overviews
• Legislative issues
• Testing

Coverage features such companies as:
Accelerate Learning, ACT, Adtalem Global Education, Akademos, Amplify, Barnes & Noble Education, Bedford, Freeman & Worth (Macmillan Learning), Benchmark Education, Carnegie Learning, Cengage (including National Geographic Learning), Chegg, The College Board, Coursera, Follett Higher Education, Grand Canyon education, Goodheart-Willcox, Great Minds, Hand2Mind, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Kaltura, Learning Without Tears, McGraw Hill, Pasco Scientific, Pearson, Perfection Learning, Savvas Learning, Scholastic, School Specialty, Strategic education, TCI, Turnitin, Vista Higher Learning, Weld North, John Wiley & Sons, Zaner-Bloser, Zovio, 2U.

Educational Marketer is relied upon by top executives and decision makers at all of the leading companies involved in the business of educational publishing. It is the only publication that concentrates on the unique interests and needs of the companies involved in education publishing.

Educational Marketer is produced biweekly, 24 issues per year.

Kathy Mickey, Managing Editor/Analyst for Educational Publishing and Educational Marketer
Kathy Mickey is Senior Analyst/Managing Editor of the Education Group at Simba Information, where she is lead analyst in the K-12 and college education markets. Kathy writes the weekly B2B business intelligence newsletter, Educational Marketer, as well as the annual market forecast reports, Publishing for the PreK-12 Market and College Publishing Market Forecast. Kathy joined Simba in 2000 after almost 20 years as a reporter and editor at weekly and daily newspapers, where her focus was education.

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Educational Marketer Newsletter

Volume 46, Number 14 July 10, 2015 McGraw-Hill Exits Summative Testing as DRC Snags CTB

Will McGraw-Hill Education (New York) miss the K-12 high-stakes summative testing market now that it has sold the guts of its testing arm CTB/McGraw-Hill (Monterey, CA) to Data Recognition Corp. (Maple Grove, MN)? Probably not.

"Our mission at McGraw-Hill Education is to improve educational outcomes, and we feel that we're better positioned to accomplish this by focusing on supporting teaching and learning rather than the summative testing market," company president and CEO David Levin said in announcing the sale at the end of June.

Once one of the largest companies (with Harcourt Assessment, Houghton Mifflin's Riverside and Pearson) to dominate the testing business, CTB currently provides tests for about 8 million students. McGraw-Hill has owned CTB, founded in 1926, since 1965.

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