NEW YORK, Dec. 10 When H1N1 or other illnesses prevent school attendance, students, parents and teachers can now access a variety of McGraw-Hill Education's free instructional resources on the web. The company's new Continuity of Learning site complies with U.S. Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan's call to minimize disruptions to classroom teaching and learning in case of school closings or absenteeism caused by H1N1 and other situations.
"Every day, our McGraw-Hill partners with schools and school districts to produce comprehensive teaching and learning solutions preparing students for lifelong success," said Bill Oldsey, executive vice president of McGraw-Hill Education. "We're very proud to enhance those solutions by offering a variety of digital resources that facilitate teaching and learning well beyond the boundaries of the physical classroom."
Available at www.mhsegsolutions.com/continuity, this McGraw-Hill Education website includes access to digital components of McGraw-Hill Education's leading PreK-12 instructional programs and resources, including:
About McGraw-Hill Education
McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP), is a leading global provider of print and digital instructional, assessment and reference solutions that empower professionals and students of all ages. McGraw-Hill Education has offices in 33 countries and publishes in more than 65 languages. Additional information is available at MHEducation.com.
-- The Math Connects Web Portal: Math Connects is a research-based, balanced Grades PreK-6 mathematics program with both print and digital instructional tools that help all students learn math concepts and problem solving.
SOURCE McGraw-Hill Education