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Digital Teaching Platform For Math and Reading Announced

McGraw-Hill Education and education technology partner Time To Know® today announced the launch of Digital Teaching Platform 7.0
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McGraw-Hill Education and education technology partner Time To Know® today announced the launch of Digital Teaching Platform 7.0 (DTP7), a data-driven, differentiated teaching and learning system for math and reading.

The new platform uses animations, hands-on exploration of key concepts through widgets and applets, and personalized practice and periodic assessment.

The new platform features complete math courses for Grades 4-7 and English Language Arts curricula for Grades 4 and 5, designed to address the learning standards set forth by Common Core. Within two years, the solution is expected to contain full math, science and ELA curricula for Grades 3-8. McGraw-Hill Education is currently conducting pilots of the new materials.

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