CANIEM’s lawsuit filed in Mexico City seeks an injunction against the López Obrador government’s takeover of textbook publishing.
Another instance of governmental incursion into the educational space: The Dominican Republic’s publishers hold a news conference.
Allegations of political indoctrination, distorted history, and flagrant errors are greeting Mexico’s new government-made textbooks.
The Italian Publishers Association and the market’s booksellers are appealing for more government funding for poorer students’ books.
Oslo’s Ludenso and Boulder’s Books of Discovery are bringing augmented reality to bodywork trainers and other therapy professionals.
Using the Oslo-based ‘Ludenso Studio’ platform, Cambridge expects to enhance its textbooks with increased value in imagery and other assets.
With more than 90 percent of the Indian book market market in educational publishing, India’s publishers report an upbeat assessment.
The implementation of Germany’s Copyright Knowledge Society Act is seen in a new survey to be cutting into textbook sales.
The Toronto-based digital-education content provider Top Hat buys Morton Publishing and says it now is on 750 North American campuses.
The Association of Publishers in India, with EY-Parthenon, offer a look at the multilingual Indian publishing industry and its challenges.