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Scholastic Revenue Down Slightly In Third Quarter

Posted at 8:31AM Friday 21 Mar 2014

For the three months ending February 28, Scholastic had $373.5 million in revenues and an operating income loss of $34.3 million in a quarter that typically shows a loss for the children's media and educational technology company.

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