McGraw-Hill Education, which publishes educational textbooks and magazines, recently announced it would be further expanding into China by becoming partners with Beijing-based specialist infant education company Baby Care.
McGraw-Hill has revealed its digital international curriculum programs will help with English learning. The programs have been licensed specifically to Baby Care’s training centers across mainland China and it is thought that the specialist “education solution” will benefit over 123,000 students.
The new online learning program for Chinese preschool students will be designed by both companies to aid learners with English, art, math and various other subjects.
According to McGraw-Hill Education International President Talia Griep, the aim of the online program is to “help young Chinese students build English language and other developmental skills that are important to their becoming well-rounded learners and ultimately successful in today’s global economy."
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