Capital Solutions Closes Growth Financing for Curriculum Associates

The Capital Solutions Group (“Capital Solutions”) announces the closing of a growth financing for Curriculum Associates, LLC (“Curriculum”), a Massachusetts-based publisher and online provider of supplemental learning materials targeted primarily to K-12 school districts in the U.S.   Curriculum will utilize the proceeds of the credit facility to support growth in both its print and online platforms.

“Curriculum has a 40+ year track record of innovation and profitability in the education industry,” commented Tim Shoyer, Managing Partner at Capital Solutions. “Securing access to additional capital will ensure that Curriculum’s management team has the financial flexibility to execute their significant growth initiatives.”

“We engaged Capital Solutions for their corporate finance expertise and substantial lender contacts so that our management team could stay focused on our business operations,” stated Rob Waldron, CEO of Curriculum Associates. “They advised us on structure and conducted a thorough process which helped us identify prospective lenders, select a strong partner, negotiated credit documentation and advised us all the way through closing of  the financing. We look forward to working with them in the future.”

About The Capital Solutions Group: We provide financial advisory services to closely-held Companies, Private Equity firms, and Lenders in the Middle Market.  Our services include:  Debt and Equity Private Placements, Recapitalizations, Financial Restructurings, and selected M&A assignments.  We provide independent balance sheet solutions and full-service execution to borrowers, owners, and creditors of financially-leveraged businesses. For a detailed overview of our firm and services, see our website at:

About Curriculum Associates: We publish research-based, classroom-proven materials that provide flexible, focused, and targeted instruction to help educators effectively address the diverse levels and needs in every classroom. Our programs are designed to meet state-specific standards to help schools across the country meet the rigorous demands of AYP. Curriculum was founded in 1969 by a group of investors, including Chairman Frank Ferguson, with the objective to make classrooms better places for teachers and students. For a detailed overview of our firm and services, see our website at: 

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