The US K-12 Education segment, as defined in this report, grew 3.6% in 2007 to reach $23.7 billion. It was dominated by state, district, and school spending on assessment and enterprise software and technology services, as No Child Left Behind (NCLB) continued to leave its mark on the industry. The K-12 Education segment is comprised of three subsegments: instructional materials, technology infrastructure, and education services: and overall is poised for modest growth. This report focuses on essential data and analysis giving an in-depth view into the US K-12 Education segment.
This report also provides:
- 2007 size and market share data for each of the top 10 suppliers in each subsegment: instructional materials, technology infrastructure, and education services;
- Detailed analysis of the three subsegments, including size and growth rate;
- Analysis of significant issues facing suppliers and their markets;
- Trends and market dynamics influencing the segment’s evolution;
- A table listing nearly 450 suppliers in K-12 Education, by subsegment;
- Essential actions for companies in the K-12 Education segment.
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