Convergence of Content and Technology Will Shake Up the Education Market and Industry: McGraw-Hill

December 2006
Educational Marketer;12/11/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 35, p1
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The article presents the statement of McGraw-Hill Cos. (New York) chairman, president and CEO Harold McGraw III about the convergence of content, technology and demands in the K-12 and college markets. According to McGraw III, the convergence will transform the educational system and the publishing industry. In the K-12 arena, for instance, more standardized instruction and more targeted intervention already have emerged.


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