McGraw-Hill Education has acquired Redbird Advanced Learning, a digital personalized learning company that offers courses in K-12 math, language arts, and writing and virtual professional development programs for educators. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Built on 25 years of research at Stanford University, Redbird’s adaptive learning solutions enable students to have a highly personalized educational experience to support each student’s individual pace and skill level. Redbird’s math courses will strengthen McGraw-Hill Education’s current math offerings, which include Building Blocks, Everyday Math, Glencoe Math, McGraw-Hill My Math, Number Worlds and ALEKS, a web-based, artificially intelligent assessment and learning system.
“Redbird shares McGraw-Hill Education’s vision of harnessing the power of research, technology and the highest quality content to create personalized courses that can unlock the full potential of each student,” said David Levin, President and CEO of McGraw-Hill Education. “The Redbird acquisition allows us to expand our portfolio of adaptive learning products as we continue our transformation from a textbook publisher to a learning science company. Redbird’s digital curriculum, grounded in foundational and ongoing research from Stanford University, will make a great addition to our already strong lineup of education programs and enhance our robust K-12 math offerings.”…Read More