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Restoring Learning Loss

Despite the incredible resilience of educators and parents, many students experienced learning loss due to disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some best practices for closing those gaps.

CARES Act Help

The U.S. government has provided millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief to schools and colleges. How is it being allocated? How can it be spent? We've got answers.

Student Mental Health

An instructor shares strategies for how faculty can support students’ mental and emotional health. During the pandemic, an increased number of students are reporting stress, anxiety, loneliness, and other challenges.

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Explore science-themed educational activities

Incorporate active learning into everyday life with our science-themed coloring pages, interactive apps that help build vocabulary skills, and activities that children can do around the home that build social and emotional skills.



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Higher Ed Instructor Resources

Get fast and easy digital product support

Using Connect®, ALEKS® or SIMnet® in your online course?
We have resources to support you throughout the term.



Business Audiobooks now available

Catch up on the latest trends in business with our new selection of audiobooks

Take McGraw Hill professional business books with you wherever you go by listening to our wide selection of audiobooks on all major audio platforms including Audible, iTunes, Google Play, Audiobooks.com and more!


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Global Support for Learning

McGraw Hill offers global support for educators and students. Whether learning is in the classroom or through remote delivery, we are committed to providing you with the tools and resources you need.


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