McGraw-Hill Education announced a partnership with Cerego, a provider of memory management tools. Under the partnership the companies will work on adaptive language learning products for K-12 students.
The first world languages program to be powered by Cerego is “Asi se dice” for the Spanish market, becoming available for classroom use beginning in Fall 2015.
Last month, Cerego announced a partnership with MOOC platform edcast to add personalized and adaptive learning features to online courses.
Cerego’s technology joins McGraw-Hill’s other adaptive learning products ALEKS and LearnSmart. The latter has been developed by Danish edtech startup area9 which McGraw-Hill Education acquired in February 2014.
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