Benedicte Page explores the balancing act that education publishers have on their hands as they engage with the digital transition.
The UK government has started to interfere with textbook publishing in a “narrow and constrictive” way, leaving the educational publishing industry “reeling”, the m.d. of... Read more
Colin Hughes, chair of the Publishers Association's Education Publishers Council, has called into question the Department for Education's (DfE) method of evaluating textbooks for its South... Read more
George Burgess, founder of edtech start-up Gojimo, has criticised education publishers for a lack of innovation in their field, commenting: "There is still a lot... Read more
While the edtech (educational technology) space is buzzing, traditional education publishers are too slow on their feet, failing to innovate to any notable degree, and... Read more
Educational publishers have raised concerns over the BBC’s revision platform Bitesize, after the organisation launched a free app with cross-promotion on BBC TV and Radio.... Read more
Textbooks are central to minimising the strain put on teachers, a government report has found.
The Publishers Association (PA) and the British Education Suppliers Association (BESA) have today launched guides to producing textbooks for publishers.
The prospect of five years of majority Conservative government may have filled some with gloom, but for educational publishers at least, it signifies a certain... Read more
The prospect of one exam board for all examinations in England could improve textbooks and be positive for high street booksellers, two educational publishers have... Read more