HotChalk, McGraw-Hill Expand Partnership for Rich Content
HotChalk announced this week that it's expanding its partnership with McGraw-Hill Education, combining teacher development tools and curriculum guides with McGraw-Hill video content, instructional content, and world language and science lesson plans for grades 6 through 12.
Through the partnership, HotChalk's collaborative, online environment will provide teaches, students, and parents with access to the McGraw-Hill assets. And with McGraw-Hill looking to increase digital delivery of content, the expanded partnership is another step toward that goal.
"McGraw-Hill Education is a teaching and learning powerhouse," stated Edward Fields, HotChalk's Chairman and CEO, in a prepared statement. "Teachers have long relied on McGraw-Hill's comprehensive educational programs and print and digital materials. Now, with McGraw-Hill's expanded offerings available through HotChalk, teachers have access to additional curriculum and video resources online to make the classroom more dynamic than ever. They can focus on their own abilities to deliver a superior education to every student."
In addition to McGraw Hill Education, HotChalk is partnered with a variety of content providers, including NBC News, National Geographic Digital Media, PBS, and A&E Television Networks, among others.
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