Fenwick represented Mystery Science, a popular K-5 science and STEM curriculum, in its acquisition by Discovery Education, a leader in standards-aligned digital curriculum resources, engaging content and professional learning for K-12 classrooms.
The acquisition of the Mystery Science curriculum supports Discovery Education’s ongoing effort to keep students and teachers connected to curiosity. Mystery Science will complement Discovery Education’s other successful digital services supporting science education. More information can be obtained from the company’s announcement.
The Fenwick transaction team included corporate partners Dawn Belt and David Michaels and associates David Frydman, Alexandra Wood, Carson Jackson, Karin Hjorth and Christian Olano; executive compensation & employee benefits partner Nancy Chen and associates Cynthia Yuan and Jonathan Stephenson; technology transactions partner Jonathan Millard and associate Lise Berichel; antitrust & trade regulation partner Mark Ostrau; privacy & cybersecurity partners Tyler Newby and James Koenig, of counsel Hanley Chew and associate Joseph Newman; and tax partner William Skinner and associate Timmoney Ng.