Adaptive HS equivalency test prep program launched
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July 2, 2013 By:
McGraw-Hill Education today announced the launch of Common Core Achieve, an adaptive study program for adult learners who are preparing to take high school equivalency tests.
Featuring both print and digital components, Common Core Achieve provides high school-level instruction in four subject areas: literacy, mathematics, social studies and science. The digital component of the tool guides students through the material using adaptive learning software that directs students to the material that they need most. In addition to a set of print books that deliver the core content instruction needed for all 2014 high school equivalency exams, Achieve includes test-specific practice workbooks for the 2014 GED®, the TASC and HiSET™.
Also available this month is Common Core Basics, a sister program to Common Core Achieve that focuses on middle school-level material, designed to address the needs of adult learners who require more comprehensive support in the fundamentals of each subject area before beginning Achieve.
The online literacy and mathematics sections of Common Core Achieve will be available in September, and the remaining online subject modules and print modules will be available by January 2014. Common Core Basics will be available this month.
For more information, visit: www.mheducation.com.