Notices

  • New Features and Updates for June 2017
    New Features and Updates for June 2017

    The June 16, 2017 update contains updates to Student Achievement Manager, HMH Teacher Central, HMH Student Central, iRead, and System 44 Next Generation

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  • FREE Ed Tech Webinar on July 19, 2017 at 1PM EST
  • Expert 21 End of Life Announcement
    Expert 21 End of Life Announcement

    Expert 21 End of Life Announcement is now available: 

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  • Important Notice for MATH 180 Teachers Using Chromebooks
    Important Notice for MATH 180 Teachers Using Chromebooks

    Some models of Chromebooks may cause MATH 180 to not display the Session Cube after students log in, thus halting student progress. Users who encounter this issue should contact HMH Technical Support at 1-800-283-5974. Be sure to mention the Chromebook model number and Chrome OS version number when you call.

  • Update on Adobe Flash Browser Compatibility Issue-Upgrade Flash
    Update on Adobe Flash Browser Compatibility Issue-Upgrade Flash

    A previous version of Adobe Flash (v24.0.0.221) was causing compatibility issues with browsers, which caused Student Achievement Manager and associated programs to quit unexpectedly. Adobe has released a new version of Flash (v25.0.0.127) that appears to allow it to function successfully in most current browsers, thus allowing those programs to function correctly. HMH strongly recommends that all users update to this latest version of Flash.

Events & Trainings

  • READ 180 Universal Video: Create a Class and Enroll Students using HMH Teacher Central (3:28)
    READ 180 Universal Video: Create a Class and Enroll Students using HMH Teacher Central (3:28)

    Watch this video for step-by-step instructions creating a READ 180 Universal class and enrolling students using HMH Teacher Central. Once the initial READ 180 Universal class is created in the district or school, additional classes are created and populated using HMH Teacher Central. This video shows you how.

  • READ 180 Universal Video: Create a Class and Enroll Students using SAM
    READ 180 Universal Video: Create a Class and Enroll Students using SAM

    Watch this video for step-by-step instructions creating a READ 180 Universal class and enrolling students using SAM. Unless class data is imported, the school or district's initial READ 180 Universal class needs to be created and populated in the Student Achievement Manager. This video shows you how.

  • How To Add a Student in SAM
    How To Add a Student in SAM

    • Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on adding a student in SAM.
    • Adding students in SAM will set up the roster so you can begin enrolling them in Scholastic technology programs.

  • How To Add a School in SAM
    How To Add a School in SAM

    Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on adding a school in SAM. Adding schools to SAM is a first step for administrators to get started with Scholastic technology programs.

  • How To Add a Class in SAM
    How To Add a Class in SAM

    Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on adding a class in SAM. Adding classes in SAM is necessary before creating teacher and student accounts.

Support

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