Pearson Education dishes out homework to kids and grown-ups alike. As the world's largest educational publisher, the company prints textbooks, workbooks, and other materials for the K-12, higher education, and professional markets. Noteworthy academic imprints include Addison-Wesley, Longman, Allyn & Bacon, and Prentice Hall. Pearson Education's professional imprints include technical books and courseware publishers Cisco Press and IBM Press. The company also operates assessment and skill development divisions. Pearson Education is part of the UK-based media group Pearson plc, which in 2008 completed the acquisition of two of Reed Elsevier's Harcourt Education units. [Description from Hoover's]
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