Mondo Publishing has been acquired by EMC School
Carnegie Learning’s EMC School (EMC) division, a leading provider of digital and blended literacy solutions, has acquired Mondo Publishing, a company celebrated for its K-5 literacy resources and professional learning services. With the addition of Mondo, EMC is realizing its goal of providing a comprehensive K-12 English language arts collection.
Since 1986, Mondo has been providing ongoing professional learning services and developing high-quality literacy resources for K-5 classrooms. The firm’s extensive literacy offerings combine modular, flexible resources and support for teachers, with authentic, diverse, and engaging books that students love to read. Mondo is committed to helping teachers differentiate literacy instruction and encouraging their students to develop into literate learners who can comprehend, communicate and contribute to their world.
EMC School, a division of Carnegie Learning, is a recognized leader in language learning solutions. Founded in 1954, EMC offers core instructional solutions and materials, supplements and assessments for the K-12 market, delivering blended learning for world languages, literature and language arts, and computer science. Its innovative digital learning environment, Passport, was launched in 2014 and has achieved significant market adoptions due to its engaging student interface and easy-to-use teacher tools.
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