Adaptive learning program to be used by tens of thousands of students enrolled in College Algebra & Problem Solving course


Learning science company McGraw-Hill Education announced that its ALEKS adaptive software program will be used in Arizona State University's College Algebra & Problem Solving course in its online Global Freshman Academy.

The Global Freshman Academy is a partnership between ASU, the largest public research university in the U.S., and massive open online course (MOOC) provider edX. To date, more than 17,800 students from 186 countries have registered for the College Algebra & Problem Solving course using the ALEKS program, which...

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