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McGraw-Hill Fall 2017 Newsletter

Recognizing inspiring educators, students' thoughts on tech, social & emotional learning, and more.

Tags: Education News & Policy, Article, Social Emotional Learning, Affordability

Unlocking the full potential of each learner starts with empowering and recognizing outstanding educators and equipping them with the tools they need to help students succeed.

Nominate an Inspiring Educator by November 17!

Each year the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education recognizes three transformative educators. The open nomination period for the 2018 McGraw Prize ends this Friday, November 17 at 11:59PM EST. If you know a difference-making educator, take a few minutes to nominate him or her for this prestigious education award. Nominate Now >

Download Our New Digital Study Trends Survey

Earlier this month, we released the results of our 2017 Digital Study Trends Survey of college students. The survey results give insights into everything from students' social media habits to their opinions about digital learning technology. Get the full report, key findings, and infographics at

Read About the Growth of ‘Inclusive Access’ Programs in College

Earlier this month, Inside Higher Ed reported on the growth of "Inclusive access" programs at colleges, which give students digital access to course materials on the first day of class. This significantly reduces costs for students and helps them immediately get engaged in course content. Read The Article >

Explore the Benefits of Teaching Social and Emotional Learning in PreK-12 Classrooms

A growing body of evidence supports the importance of supporting students' social and emotional development in the classroom. Want to learn more? Take our social & emotional learning quiz. Learn More About Benefits of SEL >