What Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Means to Us
Reflecting the Diverse World Around Us
To help our leadership become role models for building an inclusive culture and diverse workforce, they are asked to attend a two-session training program delivered by a diversity, equity and inclusion firm.
Cultivate an Inclusive Culture
Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion speaker series for employees features provocative and inspiring voices who challenge us to think differently.
Anticipate and Understand Customer Needs
Our product teams are passionate about creating learning solutions that are culturally responsive and increase educational equity. In 2020 and 2021, that work has grown even more urgent.
Attract, Develop and Retain Diverse Talent
We're working hard to minimize unconscious bias in the hiring process. This includes hiring manager and recruiter training and making sure that both the manager and the recruiter openly and candidly discuss potential bias.
Dr. Courtney Koestler
Director, OHIO Center for Equity in Mathematics and Science and Associate Professor of Instruction, The Patton College of Education at Ohio University
Will Lopez, Esq
Deputy General Counsel at Cooley LLP, legal ethics, risk management, and conflicts of interest
What Employees Are Saying
"McGraw Hill has one of the most open and inclusive cultures I've encountered in my career. We are truly a family that spans the world! Everyone wants to see you grow and it's always about how we can get better together. We are putting amazing products into the hands of the leaders of tomorrow."Antoinette Moore,
"McGraw Hill is such a special and diverse company that offers growth and exposure to different kinds of projects and fields. There are so many opportunities to learn more and everyone I work with has always been supportive of my personal career growth. It feels amazing to not only help learners, but to learn ourselves as well."Santiago Martínez,
"McGraw Hill is a truly unique and diverse place to work. Each of our international offices have a great energy around them where employees want to do their best to improve outcomes for educators and students."Geeta Chandolia,
McGraw Hill Named a 2020 Alliance for Workplace Excellence Winner
McGraw Hill received three awards in 2020 from the Alliance for Workplace Excellence (AWE): The Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval, the Health & Wellness Seal of Approval, and the Diversity Champion Award.
McGraw Hill Named a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality
McGraw Hill received a score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's 2021 Corporate Equality Index, the nation’s foremost benchmarking report measuring LGBTQ workplace equality.
McGraw Hill is committed to fostering a more diverse supplier base and contributing to the economies of the communities in which our suppliers live and work.