SCHL - スコラスティック (Scholastic Corporation) スコラスティック

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symbol SCHL
会社名 Scholastic Corp. (スコラスティック)
分野(sector) Consumer Services   消費者サービス
産業(industry) Books  
業種 一般向け出版   サ―ビス(Services)
概要 事業概要 スカラスティック(Scholastic Corporation)は児童書の出版・販売会社であり、幼稚園前と12グレード向け印刷物とデジタル教材の提供者、教育的・娯楽的児童メディアのプロデューサーである。同社は児童図書出版・販売、教育と国際の3つの区分を通じて事業を行っている。児童図書出版・販売事業は学校チャンネルや貿易チャネルをによるブッククラブやブックフェアを通じて、米国の児童書、電子書籍、メディア、インタラクティブ商品の出版および販売を行う。教育事業には米国で12歳未満の学年向けの児童書、教室雑誌、補足教室資料、印刷物およびオンラインの参考資料およびノンフィクション製品の学校・図書館への出版および販売が含まれる。国際事業には国際事業および輸出・外国著作権が含まれる。   スコラスティックは米国の出版・教育・メディア会社。学校および家庭用教材を製作、販売する。児童書、教材、雑誌、電子書籍、学習カリキュラムに基づくラ―ニングテクノロジ―、DVD、玩具、デジタルメディアなどを提供。同社の書籍や教材は幼児から中学生と幅広く対応する。世界各地で事業を展開。   
本社所在地 557 Broadway New York NY 10012 USA
代表者氏名 Richard Robinson リチャード・ロビンソン
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer 取締役会長兼最高経営責任者(CEO)
電話番号 +1 212-343-6100
設立年月日 1920年
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear 1992年
従業員数 9000人
url www.scholastic.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/schl
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 145.20000
終値(lastsale) 43.22
時価総額(marketcap) 1516587509.34
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 1491.323
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 1657.6
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 1237.223
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 3.10000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the three months ended 31 August 2018 Scholastic Corp revenues increased 15% to $218.4M. Net loss decreased 4% to $61.3M. Revenues reflect Children's Book Publishing and Distributions segment increase of 40% to $93.3M Educational Publishing segment increase of 12% to $50.3M. Lower net loss reflects Children's Book Publishing and Distributions segment loss decrease of 22% to $45.9M Overhead segment loss decrease of 24% to $20.9M.

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   Scholastic is pulling a 'Captain Underpants' spin-off over concerns about Asian stereotypes  2021/03/29 18:41:03 CNN
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   Captain Underpants author withdraws book over 'passive racism'  2021/03/29 12:33:28 The Guardian
Publisher Scholastic says it will no longer distribute The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future Captain Underpants author Dav Pilkey has apologised for “harmful racial stereotypes and passively racist imagery” in one of his graphic novels for children, which has been withdrawn by his publisher amid a surge in anti-Asian violence in the US . The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future, first published in 2010, follows two cavemen who travel to the year 2222 and meet Master Wong, a martial arts instructor. Last week, publisher Scholastic announced that it would stop distributing the book and remove all mention of it from its website, saying it had “the full support” of Pilkey. Continue reading…
   Scholastic Halts Distribution of Book by ‘Captain Underpants’ Author  2021/03/28 22:56:47 New York Times
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   Scholastic pulls book by 'Captain Underpants' author Dav Pilkey with 'harmful racial stereotypes'  2021/03/28 19:01:07 USA Today
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   Scholastic To Publish Kaleidoscope, A New Novel By #1 New York Times Bestselling Author And Caldecott Medalist Brian Selznick On September 21, 2021  2021/02/24 13:00:00 PR Newswire
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   Scholastic and LitWorld Team Up with Bestselling Author, Football Champion, and Literacy Advocate Malcolm Mitchell to Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on February 3, 2021  2021/01/11 14:34:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , Jan. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Scholastic Teacher & Principal School Report: 2nd Edition, educators have shared that their top COVID-19-related concern is their students' social-emotional wellbeing, and nearly all agree that literacy is critical to students' wellness. Scholastic and the nonprofit LitWorld are coming together to help begin turning the page, starting with a read-aloud. Taking place on February 3, 2021 , the 12 th annual World Read Aloud Day will highlight the power of reading aloud and its accessibility, as a virtual kit will support connections between families, educators, and children, even if they are apart. And for the first time, the event includes a partnership with football champion, bestselling author, and literacy advocate Malcolm Mitchell . To ensure even more children have access to read-aloud books, Scholastic is donating 10,000 books to Malcolm Mitchell's Share the Magic Foundation, which will be distributed to kids through Malcolm Mitchell's Fourth Annual "READBowl" Global Reading Competition, to help create and build their home libraries.
   Scholastic India expands into edtech world with Scholastic Super English module  2021/01/18 17:55:12 Livemint
The newly introduced online programme offers interactive live classes in small batches of up to 6 students conducted by experienced coaches
   Scholastic breaks new ground with first Dundalk win for Joseph O’Brien  2021/01/14 19:00:00 Kilkenny People
Joseph O’Brien had a quiet time of it over the busy Christmas and New Year period with just a single winner but he was back in familiar territory as Scholastic gained her first win on the all-weather at Dundalk on Friday. Previously successful on the Flat at the Curragh, Limerick and Tramore and ove
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NEW YORK , Jan. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Scholastic Teacher & Principal School Report: 2nd Edition, educators have shared that their top COVID-19-related concern is their students' social-emotional wellbeing, and nearly all agree that literacy is critical to students' wellness. Scholastic and the nonprofit LitWorld are coming together to help begin turning the page, starting with a read-aloud. Taking place on February 3, 2021 , the 12 th annual World Read Aloud Day will highlight the power of reading aloud and its accessibility, as a virtual kit will support connections between families, educators, and children, even if they are apart. And for the first time, the event includes a partnership with football champion, bestselling author, and literacy advocate Malcolm Mitchell . To ensure even more children have access to read-aloud books, Scholastic is donating 10,000 books to Malcolm Mitchell's Share the Magic Foundation, which will be distributed to kids through Malcolm Mitchell's Fourth Annual "READBowl" Global Reading Competition, to help create and build their home libraries.
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