Company to introduce new comprehensive K-3 reading, writing and language arts program

reading-literacyMcGraw-Hill Education, a learning science company, has announced the expansion of two key language arts and reading programs with significantly upgraded editions of SRA Open Court Reading and SRA FLEX Literacy, to enhance the school curriculum for K-12 reading and language arts.

“Literacy is a critical cornerstone of what we do. These new editions are an essential part of our continuum of differentiated programs across all learning profiles that empower educators to adapt literacy instruction to address diverse student needs, so each student feels confident and prepared for college and a career,” said Christine Willig, president of McGraw-Hill Education’s K-12 group. “The expanded offerings within our SRA Open Court Reading and SRA FLEX Literacy programs further that goal by using a combination of research-based pedagogy for every level with adaptive technology tools to help students develop a literacy mindset and gain the proficiency to meet rigorous standards and assessments.”

McGraw-Hill Education’s SRA Open Court Reading, a program that advances young students to meet state standard assessments and to become lifelong readers, now offers digital delivery, enhanced professional development options for teachers, and international availability to provide schools with a highly effective early reading curriculum for core instruction.

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