Scholastic has announced a series of executive changes that will result in a new chief financial officer, president of its international group, and head of its education division.

Beth Polcari, previously president of international, has been named president of education solutions, effective immediately. She succeeds Rose Else-Mitchell, who will leave Scholastic to pursue other interests following a transition period.

Ken Cleary, who joined Scholastic in 2007 and has been CFO since 2017, will leave that role to take over as head of the international group once his successor as CFO has been appointed. Scholastic said it has retained a national search firm to find the company’s next CFO.

The reorganization comes two years after Peter Warwick was named Scholastic president and CEO following the death of longtime Scholastic leader Dick Robinson.

“We are delighted that Beth Polcari is assuming the role of president of education solutions and will continue to advance the clear vision of literacy-focused, blended learning solutions that Rose Else-Mitchell championed during her tenure as division leader,” Warwick said in a statement. “Beth’s steady leadership, deep knowledge of the education market and our businesses, and strong operational focus will be invaluable as education solutions enters its next chapter.”

In commenting on Cleary’s new role, Warwick called him the “ideal successor to Beth as president of international, due to his deep knowledge of Scholastic’s domestic and international businesses.”