To improve math teaching and learning, McGraw-Hill Education is now offering educators and students at all grades a variety of tools. Each of McGraw-Hill's divisions, including its two new ventures - McGraw-Hill Digital Learning and Educators' Professional Development/McGraw-Hill - are placing much of their resources in mathematics to enable educators and students to access information in a way that best suits their needs. More than 90 percent of McGraw-Hill Education's math-related products are now offered in both print and digital formats. Examples of new math programs include:
- Professional Development for Math Teachers featuring K-6 Mathematics, YES!, its first package of teacher training materials designed for K-6 math teachers in California.
- Everyday Mathematics and K-5 Growing With Mathematics for Elementary Students, which cover algebra, geometry and statistics.
- Algebra E-Textbooks for Middle and High School Students, which provide teachers and students with pre-algebra and algebra e-textbooks available at www.mhln.com.
- The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Reform Mathematics Programs offer sixth- through 12th-grade math programs developed under NSF funding. McGraw-Hill Cos., New York, NY, (212) 512-2000, www.mcgraw-hill.com.
This article originally appeared in the 04/01/2002 issue of THE Journal.