McGraw-Hill produces science textbooks for students of all ages as of 2015, including "Earth iScience," "Biology: An Integrated Experience," "Introduction to Technology," "Chemistry: Matter and Change" and "Design Engineering." Other McGraw-Hill science textbooks include "Inspire Science" and "Science: A Closer Look."
"Earth iScience" is part of the publisher's middle school life, earth, and physical science program designed for grades six through eight. The other two books in the series are "Life iScience" and "Physical iScience." McGraw-Hill has also made the program available in a three-part integrated version titled "Integrated iScience."
For younger students, McGraw-Hill publishes "Inspire Science" and "Science: A Closer Look," which the company has designed for kindergarten through fifth grade and kindergarten through sixth grade respectively. McGraw-Hill plans on releasing an updated "Inspire Science" for elementary school science programs in 2016.
In 1917, a merger of the McGraw Publishing Company and the Hill Publishing Company created the McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. The company changed its name to The McGraw-Hill Companies in 1995 and then again to McGraw-Hill Financial in 2013. Later that year, it sold the McGraw-Hill Education division to Apollo Global Management for $2.5 billion. Outside of the United States, the company, along with its partners and subsidiaries, operates in Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, India and Latin America.