August 15
How to Support Your Struggling Students this School Year
Fall is just around the corner. That means students are beginning to funnel back into the classroom and teachers and administrators are once again spending their time assessing student learning needs and how to best support those who are struggling.



Apex Learning Partners with Education Leaders to Discuss Equity and Struggling Students at the DLAC Are you planning to attend the Digital Learning Annual Conference (DLAC) in Austin this week? The inaugural DLAC is celebrating K-12 digital learning practitioners, researchers and policymakers…


Morrigen Stoumbos always remembers having a passion for finding the most creative and efficient solution to any challenge—from leading a 4-H afterschool program to launching a free kitchen program for impoverished families—she has always been driven by the need to help others. And for more than…


     Congratulations to Shomari Jones, Director of Equity and Graduation Success, Bellevue Public School District in Bellevue, Washington, and Roberto Padilla, the Superintendent at Newburgh Enlarged City School District in Newburgh, New York, for being recognized as 2019 Leaders to Learn From…


Technology Courses Prep Students for the Future at Wautoma High School Apex Learning recently released a new digital curriculum offering: project-based technology courses that range from coding and design to gaming and animation. The course serves as a prerequisite for Wautoma High School…


Window Rock Unified School District in the Navajo Nation Shares Best Practices There’s nothing we love more than sharing the success stories of schools and districts using our curriculum. We recently had the pleasure of speaking with Window Rock Unified School District, a small rural district…

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