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Partnership to develop K12 digital teaching platform

McGraw-Hill Education today announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Time To Know to develop a teaching and learning platform for one-to-one computing classrooms.
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McGraw-Hill Education today announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Time To Know to develop an all-digital, data-driven differentiated teaching and learning platform for one-to-one computing classrooms.

Time To Know gives teachers access to comprehensive core content that progresses through a research-based learning cycle of teacher-led exploration, student experimentation, and class discussion followed by differentiated and guided practice and application for each student.

McGraw-Hill Education’s Time To Know solution will be introduced for Grades 4-5 math and English Language Arts classes this fall. McGraw-Hill Education and Time To Know plan to expand their partnership to include Grades 6-8 math in the next year. All programs will be fully aligned to the Common Core State Standards.

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