McGraw Hill HI gets development help from sisters; helps

August 1997
Electronic Education Report;08/06/97, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that McGraw-Hill Home Interactive (MHHI) in Columbus, Ohio has turned to sister companies for infusion of curriculum-centered software. Plans of MHHI for 1998; How MHHI income generation of MHHI from consumer expenditures; Status of McGraw-Hill, New York according to `Electronic Education Report's (EER) ranking of K-12 publishers.


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