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Networks Named 2017 AAP REVERE Award Winner

Social Studies Program Networks™ Takes Home Prestigious Title

Selecting educational materials for your district can be overwhelming — with so many options, determining which teaching and learning solution will be best for your school might feel nearly impossible. That’s why every year the American Association of Publishers (AAP) holds the prestigious REVERE Awards, where industry experts identify the highest quality educational materials on the market. This year, our social studies program Networks™ was named a 2017 REVERE Awards winner! Networks took home the award for best Classroom Solution: Whole Curriculum — Social Sciences and History. We are so proud of the thinkers and creators behind Networks, and we’re excited to see a fantastic program get recognized for its positive influence on student learning.

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Networks isn’t like other social studies solutions. It combines powerful content with purposeful technology to make learning accessible for all students, and gives teachers the flexibility to use print resources, digital resources, or a blended learning environment. Networks is engaging, innovative, and allows students to explore content through interactive activities, project based learning opportunities, and collaboration tools. Networks is comprehensive, robust, standards-aligned, and designed to meet the unique needs of all students and teachers. Watch Networks transform learning in action here:

Networks wasn’t alone in representing McGraw-Hill Education at the 2017 REVERE Awards. The AAP also recognizes creative and powerful marketing campaigns in the educational publishing and EdTech industry, and two of our campaigns were named finalists. Both the Literacy is for Life project as well as the Video Series on blended learning, featuring Catlin Tucker, were recognized for their excellence in integrated marketing. These projects are about more than representing products — they’re about empowering teachers with resources, ideas, and support to unlock the full potential of every learner. To learn more about the Literacy is for Life project or to watch Catlin Tucker’s video series on blended learning, click the links below:

We are so proud of all the teams behind our winners and finalists of the REVERE awards. Most importantly, we want to thank the students, teachers, and administrators who trust us enough to open their classroom doors and embrace us as partners in learning. Together, we truly can make learning accessible, engaging, and life-changing for every single learner.




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