Embracing Change, Committed To Mission
Posted at 8:14AM Monday 14 Mar 2011
Change was in the air at the March 9 annual meeting of the Association of American Publishers. In his final act as AAP chair, Will Ethridge, CEO of Pearson North America Education, started the meeting by calling 2010 a "tipping point" for the industry, citing the surge in digital sales, new distribution channels, and greater federal government involvement in funding and legislating education.
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