Education publishers see Covid-led digital acceleration

Education publishers see Covid-led digital acceleration

Education publishers have said the sector is experiencing rapid acceleration in the take-up of digital resources, reporting that schools are gravitating towards a “blended approach” between classroom and virtual learning from home, amid continuing disruption caused by the pandemic, in spite of recent school reopenings. 

Education presses have had a rough ride this year—at one point schools were closed in more than 180 countries, particularly hitting those presses with a majority-print business model. The market experienced a significant downturn—the sector was nearly 40% down in May, accor...

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