McGraw-Hill Education purchases California online tool developer Engrade
McGraw-Hill Education has bought Engrade, a company that develops online curriculum tools for teachers and students from kindergarten up to 12th grade, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
The terms of the acquisition deal were not disclosed. Engrade's offices in Santa Monica, California and New York City are expected to maintain their operations, the report said.
McGraw-Hill Education's School Education Group is presently headquartered in Columbus. According to the group, the new addition will help the company meet the rising demand for digital educational content that provides quick analysis of students' learning and understanding of the information, the report explained.
Founded in 2003, Engrade develops educational platforms where tools, people, data, and curriculum are already integrated. The company's main mission is to help teachers improve the quality of education. Engrade is currently based in Santa Monica, California, according to the company's web profile.