Learning Tree International Announces Decision of Its Special Board Committee Not to Pursue Sale of the Company

  Learning Tree International Announces Decision of Its Special Board
  Committee Not to Pursue Sale of the Company

Business Wire

RESTON, Va. -- February 12, 2013

As reported in Learning Tree International, Inc.’s (NAS: LTRE) (the "Company"
or "Learning Tree") Form 8-K datedJanuary 31, 2013, the Special Committee of
the Board of Directors received a letter from Dr. Collins, Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer of the Company, withdrawing his offer to purchase all of the
outstanding shares of the Company. Dr. Collins has indicated to the Special
Committee that he believes that the Company's focus at this time should be on
its operations in light of the current business environment and that he does
not support the Company pursuing a sale process. The Company's second largest
stockholder has indicated to the Committee that he is supportive of Dr.
Collins' view not to pursue a sale process. In light of the foregoing, the
Committee has concluded that a sale of the Company is not feasible at this
time and should not be pursued.

About Learning Tree International

Established in 1974, Learning Tree International is a global provider of
hands-on IT and management training. Learning Tree develops, markets and
delivers a broad, proprietary library of instructor-led courses focused on:
web development, IT security, project management, operating systems,
databases, networking, software development, leadership, management and
business skills. Courses are offered at Learning Tree Education Centers and
training locations around the world, on-site at client facilities, or via the
Internet with Learning Tree AnyWare^™, the company’s web-based,
remote-attendance platform. For more information about Learning Tree products
and services, call1-888-THE-TREE(1-888-843-8733), or visit the Learning Tree
Web site atwww.learningtree.com.

Forward-looking Information

This Press Release contains forward-looking information within the meaning of
The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Please do not put undue
reliance on these forward-looking statements, since they are based on key
assumptions about future risks and uncertainties. Although Learning Tree
believes that its assumptions are reasonable, inevitably some will prove to be
incorrect. As a result, Learning Tree's actual future results can be expected
to differ from those in this release, and those differences may be material.
Learning Tree is not undertaking any obligation to update forward-looking
statements. In order to help the reader assess the major risks in Learning
Tree's business, Learning Tree has identified many, but not all, of these
risks in Item 1A, "Risk Factors" in Learning Tree's Annual Report on Form 10-K
("Item 1A"). Please read that exhibit carefully. Some of the factors discussed
in Item 1A that could affect Learning Tree include the following: risks
associated with the timely development, introduction, and customer acceptance
of Learning Tree's courses; competition; international operations, including
currency fluctuations; changing economic and market conditions; technology
development and new technology introduction; efficient delivery and scheduling
of Learning Tree's courses; adverse weather conditions, strikes, acts of war
or terrorism and other external events; and attracting and retaining qualified


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