“Adult Education” means educational materials designed for use by adults striving to achieve high school equivalency, workforce, or college/career ready skills.
“Back List” means a list of HMH product in which HMH has deemed to be older versions of an HMH product or product no longer considered Front List.
“Consumables” means those miscellaneous Approved Products, authorized by HMH for sale by Reseller, which otherwise do not fall into another Approved Products category.
“Consumer” means end user of the products, such as teachers, in the Territory.
“Excluded Products” means any product in the Riverside, Heinemann, and Trade and Reference product catalogs; any services referenced in any HMH catalog; custom publishing and development services; private label products developed by HMH; and any other products which HMH, in its sole discretion, decides not to make available to Reseller under this Agreement.
“Front List” means a list of HMH product in which HMH has deemed the most current version of a product other than New Releases.
“Handwriting” means HMH product designed to instruct handwriting for communication and print awareness through a variety of letter formation and letter recognition methods.
“Homeschool” means parents who are teaching children at home in the Territory.
“Institutional” means public institutions operating in the Territory, such as schools and school systems, that will allocate products to teachers and students who will use them.
“Material Pricing Group” or “MPG” is HMH’s internal referenced code for defining our product categories that drives pricing structure and strategy for the reseller market.
“New Releases” means HMH product with a new copyright year and which has been available for purchase for less than one year.
“Pre-K-12” means pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
“Private, Parochial and Charter Schools” means Pre-K-12 private, parochial and charter institutions of education operating in the Territory, such as schools and school systems that will allocate products to teachers and students who will use them.
“State Adoption” means a centralized process administered and implemented by state boards of education or state departments of education whereby a state or local government evaluates, selects and approves for purchase by its school districts instructional materials in accord with state academic standards.
“Supplemental” means products as determined by HMH designed to supplement core curriculum for specific purposes such as intervention and remediation.
“Territory” means the United States of America, its territories and possessions but excluding Puerto Rico.