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    Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has secured multiple adoptions
    of its groundbreaking customized education solutions throughout Latin America.
    From Ecuador and Chile to Panama, Costa Rica and Mexico, the global education
    leader’s localized Spanish-language reading and mathematics programs have become
    a prime choice for educators.

    “Educators around the world have long turned to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to
    provide the best research-based education materials,” said Terry Nealon,
    International Publishers senior vice president, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
    “These latest successes in Latin America further solidify our firm reputation as
    the most respected source of innovative learning solutions worldwide.”

    school-costa-ricaThe Company has recently authorized Librería y Papelería Guayaquil as the
    exclusive distributor of its core curriculum digital education solutions in
    Ecuador, including Destination Math, Destino Matemáticas, Destination Reading,
    Destino Lectura, the Edmark House Series and Earobics. Librería y Papelería
    Guayaquil, previously an authorized distributor of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
    print solutions, will use this strengthened partnership to promote both print
    and digital offerings by delivering best-in-class blended solutions to
    Ecuadorian schools.

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has also signed a new contract with partner Vernet to
    distribute its solutions in Central America. The new contract extends the two
    companies’ existing relationship, which originally covered Puerto Rico. Vernet
    has successfully distributed Destino Matemáticas, Destino Lectura and other
    programs in Puerto Rico and is already making great strides toward establishing
    new business in Central America.

    Finally, the Company’s Moving into English program – a bilingual language
    acquisition program that provides teachers with flexible, intuitive and
    language-rich resources to help improve students’ phonemic awareness, phonics,
    language exploration, comprehension and fluency – has met success throughout
    Latin America. Panama’s Ministry of Education chose Moving into English as a
    leading program for its public schools national bilingual project, “English for
    Life,” and Costa Rica’s Ministry of Education will begin a Moving Into English
    pilot program next January.

    About Librería y Papelería Guayaquil

    Librería y Papelería Guayaquil provides best-in-class texts, materials and tools
    for the qualification and development of Ecuadorian citizens, through prompt
    distribution and constant support of clients. The stability of Librería y
    Papelería Guayaquil in the national market has been possible thanks to a
    reputation of honesty and responsibility and the confidence that clients and
    suppliers have in the service provided. The company counts more than thirty
    years of experience in the Ecuadorian publishing market in the areas of
    importing, distribution, promotion and sale of American and British publishing
    house texts. Librería y Papelería Guayaquil is an authorized distributor of
    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt K-12 imprints, and has recently been designated as the
    exclusive distributor of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s digital education solutions
    for the Ecuadorian market. To learn more about Librería y Papelería, visit
    www.libreriaguayaquil.com.

    About Vernet

    Vernet’s primary business is the development and marketing of educational
    software to elementary, middle and secondary schools. Vernet has provided
    educational products and services to the private and public school sector in
    Puerto Rico and their business strategy is to provide the latest innovations in
    CD/computer-based Spanish-English educational software and Internet products and
    services for K-12 schools. Vernet also provides Supplemental Educational
    Services with Title I funds to the public school sector to increase academic
    achievement of students in schools in the second year of improvement. Vernet,
    Inc. is Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company’s exclusive authorized
    distributor for the student products Destination Math, Destino Matemáticas,
    Destination Reading and DestinoLectura in Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and
    Central America. For more information about Vernet, visit
    www.hmlt.hmco.com/Intl-Puerto-Rico.php.

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