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Go big or go home: Inside HMH’s latest initiative

The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship recently highlighted HMH’s partnership with the Boston Celtics and the organizations’ collaboration on the Ellis Elementary School library renovation unveiled last January.


Women to watch this week: Aug. 11 - 17

In conjunction with the recent quarterly earnings call, Bizwomen named HMH CEO Linda Zecher as one of its nine “women to watch”.


5 Things CIOs and VCs Can Learn From Each Other

CIO Magazine reported on the recent CIO Perspectives Boston event attended by HMH CTO Brook Colangelo. Brook was quoted throughout the article.


Big Publishers See A Big Opportunity In Universal Pre-K

BuzzFeed recently included HMH in a piece that explores emerging opportunities within the early childhood education space. HMH's Carla Christenson shared insight on market changes as universal Pre-K initiatives pick up speed.


The e-textbook Transformation

HMH products Go Math! Academy and Collections were recently featured in District Administration Magazine as examples of the interactivity that is becoming so prevalent among e-textbooks.


Media Magnate: Linda Zecher, President/CEO/Director of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Online magazine The Native Society talked with HMH CEO Linda Zecher about her career to date, strategies for success, and the future for HMH in a special profile section on Media Magnates.


Bridgett Paradise tapped to be ‘chief people officer’ at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

The Boston Globe reported on HMH's recent appointment of Bridgett Paradise to Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Chief People Officer.


Houghton Mifflin Harcourt acquires SchoolChapters

The Boston Globe reported on HMH's recent acquisition of SchoolChapters Inc.


Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Launches HMH Player

edSurge reported on HMH's recent launch of HMH Player, a new app that tackles the major pain points faced by educators as they integrate technology into the classroom.


6 ways to beating summer brain drain

The Washington Post published HMH’s list of ways to beat summer brain drain, including designing summer habitats for animals and pets, encouraging children to interview grandparents or neighbors about new technology versus old technology, and more.

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