Blog@MHE

January 26, 2015
“Wait, the GED is a test, not a degree?”  The reports come in again and again: Workers with a high school diploma or equivalency earn dramatically more than those who don’t. Now, with a new generation of high school equivalency exams in full swing,...
January 20, 2015
How adaptive learning technology is changing dynamics in classrooms and ed-tech innovation centers By Ulrik Christensen | Contains excerpts of Ulrik's guest segment on the Innovation Navigation broadcast by the Wharton School's Business Radio...
January 15, 2015
One of the major accessibility effort goals at McGraw-Hill Education is to stay continuously apprised of trends, legislative policies, and user experience issues that affect how persons living with disabilities access and utilize technology. We...
January 5, 2015
Ed-tech innovation highlighted during summit at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show This week (January 6-9) the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) comes to Las Vegas. As organizational and personalized learning...
December 31, 2014
Our leadership team had a big voice in 2014's ed-tech conversation In 2014 there were two central themes to preK-20 technology at McGraw-Hill Education: creating the most effective individual and institutional solutions possible, and...