McGraw-Hill Ed. Adds Large-Scale Test Reporting Capability With Acquisition of Grow Network

August 2004
Educational Marketer;8/2/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 22, p1
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The article focuses on business activities in the U.S. Books publisher McGraw-Hill Cos. Inc. has acquired test-score reporting firm Grow Network for an undisclosed sum. McGraw-Hill gains Grow Network's proprietary technology, which creates score reports in an easy-to-read and use format. Key to the appeal is Grow Network's strategy to provide resources for teachers to use to turn information from the reports into instruction. McGraw-Hill is making the company a separate unit to be known as Grow Network/McGraw-Hill.


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