Kno entering K-12 with digital textbooks

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SANTA CLARA, USA:Kno announced that the company is entering the K-12 education market through a new partnership agreement with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt .


It says that: Previously only available to college students, Kno will offer interactive K-12 textbooks for the iPad, the Web, Android and Windows 7. The idea is to supplement classroom learning through enhanced digital content at home. “Even if the schools have not adopted digital textbooks, we wanted to give parents the option to have their kids’ same textbooks available at home,” said Osman Rashid, CEO and Co-Founder of Kno, Inc.

“With digital books priced at $9.99 or below, parents can now finally stop their kids from carrying their heavy backpacks to and from school for less than $60 for the school year by supplementing classroom materials with interactive textbooks that can be used at home and on the go.”

“By offering digital access to enhanced K-12 content on the go and at home, this collaboration will empower parents to get more involved in their children’s education. We know parental involvement is an important factor in student achievement, and we’re proud to be the first content provider to bring Kno’s technology to the K-12 world,” said Tim Cannon, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Alliances for HMH. “HMH aims to make quality content available to the widest possible audience with the mission of changing people’s lives by fostering passionate, curious learners. This partnership with Kno supports that goal.”