Thread regarding Pearson PLC layoffs

Pearson slumps 12% after posting nine-month drop in higher education enrollment

"Higher Education revenue was down 7% as growth in international courseware."

https://seekingalpha.com/news/3753244-pearson-slumps-12-after-posting-nine-month-drop-in-higher-education-enrollment

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We are finally getting back to a strategy we are good at! Raising prices
However I’m not sure about lowering eText prices while raising Courseware prices makes sense but I’m sure they know what they are doing.

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Time for another listening session, a zoom program, a wellness initiative, some self congratulating and another reshuffle. Please use the proper terms while doing so and don't forget today is day.

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Absolutely amazing when every other educational publishing company on the planet is experiencing rapid, often double-digit, growth right now.

I guess all of those takeaway adoptions have to come from somewhere, after all . . .

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12% you say, meow, well let me take a break from my Fancy Feast to discuss our next all-sales Zoom call next Friday. RB and I will be most entertained by the wordsmithing around the culture/family/friends/people here at Pearson while the phone calls are made dismissing 50+ reps across the USHED team.

I'll be winking at you, with you, and for you soon my dear........

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