Tell Us How Your Students are Really Ready for the Future: We want to hear your stories!

January 26, 2018

Contest calls for districts using digital curriculum to submit success stories. 

With just under 40 percent of U.S. students scoring at college and career-ready levels according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), Apex Learning wants to hear how you are using digital curriculum to ensure readiness. How are you effectively preparing students to make the transition from middle school to high school, successfully graduate from high school and for life beyond secondary school?

Share your inspirational stories with us! To enter the Tell Us How Your Students are Really Ready for the Future video contest, submit a video that is one to three minutes in length. To see the full contest rules, guidelines and submission tips, visit:

Multiple winners will be selected for the most compelling stories about how their district, school or classroom is using digital curriculum to ensure their students are really ready for college and career. The contest features more than $1,000 in prizes including an Apple iPad mini, Chromebook and Amazon gift cards.

“It is crucial to understand how using digital curriculum improves student readiness for the next step. Efficacy data from districts across the country proves that digital curriculum programs using Apex Learning achieve results. When students are actively engaged and provided with immediate support, more learning happens.

We look forward to hearing from districts nationwide on how they are using digital curriculum to meet the needs of all students—from struggling to accelerated—to ensure they are really ready for the future.”   

Cheryl Vedoe, CEO, Apex Learning

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