Publishing for the PreK-12 Market 2016-2017

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Published Aug 19, 2016 | 170 Pages | Pub ID: CURP5827564

Publishing for the PreK-12 Market 2016-2017

After more than a decade of No Child Left Behind and Common Core State Standards, PreK-12 publishers again face change with the passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015. Schools and educational publishing services are still trying to figure out the needs of students and educators, how best to meet those needs, and what roles the instructional materials industry will play as schools turn increasingly to digital devices as their chief educational resources.

Publishing for the PreK-12 Market 2016-2017
provides the most up-to-date business information not only on the impact of recent changes in education policy but also on the emergence of new technologies and the new applications for traditional technology (print) PreK-12 publishing services market.

As Simba Information navigates the educational publishing services industry's current and likely future trends through 2019, a few watchwords are emerging to describe the changing state of what Simba estimates to be an $8.56 billion market for instructional materials: personalization, adaptive, and augmented reality.

Publishing for the PreK-12 Market 2016-2017 is the latest edition of Simba’s annual comprehensive overview of the PreK-12 publishing services market and the educational resources providers that serve it.

Topics in Publishing for the PreK-12 Market 2016-2017 include:
  • Market size by media segment: basal core curriculum, courseware, digital supplements, print supplements, manipulatives, trade books, video, classroom magazines and state summative tests;
  • Drivers of and challenges to growth by segment;
  • Initiatives by traditional publishers to adapt their once-print businesses to a digital future;
  • Focus of ed-tech start-up activity in the first part of 2016
  • Changing demographics of U.S. students;
  • Trends in state funding for education;
  • What subjects schools are spending on;
  • The changing instructional materials adoption landscape;
  • The pace of the uptake of courseware and digital supplements in schools;
  • Is GoOpen a friend or foe?
  • The rise of digital marketplaces;
  • Exclusive 2015 instructional materials adoption data;
  • Competitive analyses of 11 leading publishers;
  • Market segment projections through 2019.
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