Learning technology company HMH today announced that it has completed its acquisition of assets from research and educational services organization NWEA. The combined organization will harness the collective power of instruction and research-based insights to support educators in their efforts to drive better outcomes for students.
NWEA CEO Chris Minnich will join HMH’s executive leadership team as president of a new NWEA division. The division will maintain its current offerings including its flagship assessment MAP Growth and continue to offer platform-agnostic assessment solutions to its thousands of partners globally. In addition, educators will benefit from a connected solution linking NWEA’s assessments with HMH’s curriculum. This will enable them to better understand how students are growing academically and how to maximize that growth with content specific recommendations that advance student learning.
“We are thrilled to welcome NWEA’s talented and innovative team to the HMH community. Together, we are deeply focused on the transformative power of education,” said Jack Lynch, CEO of HMH. “We look forward to diving into our collective work in support of students and teachers.”
K–12 districts, states and educators currently working with HMH and NWEA will not experience any disruption to the services they currently receive. Customers can learn more at hmhco.com/hmh-and-nwea.
Proceeds from the acquisition will fund the formation of a new private foundation that will be headquartered in Oregon and will serve students and educators across the nation. In the next year, the foundation will determine a name, its full structure and provide details of its mission, including what grant programs will be available.