Press Releases

From product launches to big announcements, our press releases help you stay informed about Follett and the K-12 education industry as a whole. Browse our history of press releases and be sure to check out our latest news headlines.

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Follett to Unveil ‘Collections by Destiny’

June 29, 2017 - McHenry, IL

New educational tool aimed at bridging gap between OERs, premium content and technology


Follett, EveryLibrary Partner to Advocate for K-12 Libraries, Librarians

June 19, 2017 - Chicago, IL

Focus is to Return Librarians to Schools, Expand Funding Equitably in Districts


Follett Announces Partnership with Unbound Concepts’ Artifact

May 17, 2017 - McHenry, IL and Baltimore

Platform Empowers Teachers, Librarians to Work Together to Recommend Best Content


Small Kansas Elementary School Beats Odds to Win Grand Prize in Sixth Annual Follett Challenge

April 26, 2017 - McHenry, IL

‘Learning with Cattle’ Program Earns School $60,000 in Follett Products, Services


Small Kansas Elementary School Beats Odds to Win Grand Prize in Sixth Annual Follett Challenge

April 26, 2017 - McHenry, IL

‘Learning with Cattle’ Program Earns School $60,000 in Follett Products, Services


Library Strand of Future Ready ‘Institutes’ Developed, Funded Exclusively through Follett’s Project Connect

April 06, 2017 - Washington, D.C.

Eight Free Regional Institutes to Provide Valuable Professional Development, Networking Opportunities for Educators Looking to Personalize Learning for Students


Follett Named Exclusive Distributor of New K-12 Online Daily News Service

March 01, 2017 - McHenry, IL

The Day USA designed to help students with media literacy, recognize ‘fake news’


Follett Challenge’s Semifinalists, Video Winners Span the U.S.

February 28, 2017 - McHenry, IL

Florida, Kansas, Arizona schools in top 3; winner will be announced April 28


Follett Awarded Massachusetts SIS/SIF Preferred Vendor Status

February 21, 2017 - McHenry, IL

Aspen Student Information System already manages data for more than 405,000 students in Commonwealth