Learn about the top education companies competing in the U.S. PreK reading instructional materials market, based on new research from Simba Information.
In the last decade, the higher education publishing industry increasingly has inched its way into becoming a more digital enterprise.
The COVID-19 virus has continued to plague school districts as they try to leave the era of remote learning and return to in-person schooling five days per week.
As the start of the 2021-2022 school year approached in August, school superintendents were focused on active learning, engagement and building deep connections, but found that COVID-19 continued to impact schools.
One of the most interesting points about the pandemic is how it has propelled the transition to more digital learning in U.S. schools. The need for online products and services rose dramatically.
Birth rates in the U.S. were declining even before COVID-19, which looks to be another drag on them.
Simba Information’s Managing Editor and Senior Analyst Kathy Mickey joined a panel in a recent webinar of experts by Westchester Education Services. Read how schools have adapted to educate students and support teachers during COVID-19 and what to expect as we look ahead to the new school year.
With the passage in March of a third COVID-19 relief bill, an unprecedented flow of money is coming to U.S. K-12 schools.
Expectations are that K-12 learning will take place in a mix of in-person, remote and hybrid models through the rest of the 20-21 school year. As a result, this blog covers some issues that Simba Information expects to play out in the coming year.
Enjoy this fast fact from Simba Information’s report, "Open Access Book Publishing 2020-2024"