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February 3, 2023

McGraw Hill McGraw Hill Adds New eBook+ to its Array of Digital Course Material Options for Higher Ed. McGraw Hill unveiled a new eBook+ called McGraw Hill GO, an additional option for digital course materials. McGraw Hill GO takes affordable and easy-to-use eBooks to a new level with tools to help instructors manage their classes and students to maximize their learning. [Full Announcement].

December 8, 2022

McGraw Hill McGraw Hill acquires Boards & Beyond, on-demand video platform for medical students. McGraw Hill has acquired Ryan Medical Education, doing business as Boards & Beyond, a provider of on-demand video libraries and comprehensive online resources that help medical students efficiently learn fundamentals of medical basic sciences and clinical medicine. The acquisition expands McGraw Hill's digital capabilities and deep presence in the medical education sector, supplementing the company's authoritative, trusted content and powerful digital platforms with Boards & Beyond's dynamic, video-driven instruction and high-quality assessment content. [Full Announcement].

June 27, 2022

McGraw Hill McGraw Hill and Verizon Bring Learning to Life with Free Augmented Reality App. McGraw Hill and Verizon today announced a new mobile application to bring augmented reality learning activities to K-12 students and classrooms across the country: McGraw Hill AR. The free app leverages the immersive and interactive features of AR technology to bring academic concepts to life and give students and educators new ways to engage with educational content. [Full Announcement].

June 16, 2021

McGraw Hill Platinum Equity to acquire McGraw Hill from Apollo Funds for $4.5 Billion. Platinum Equity announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire McGraw Hill, a global leader in educational content and digital platforms, from funds (the "Apollo Funds") managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, Inc. (NYSE: APO) (together with its consolidated subsidiaries, "Apollo") for a purchase price of approximately $4.5 billion. [Full Announcement].