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April 22
2019
Meet 4 Districts That Are Improving EOC Performance
End-of-Course (EOC) exams are top of mind for many educators at this time of year.

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06/01/2017

A recent article in Slate, part of a series covering the rise of online learning, profiles the author’s experience using one vendor’s digital curriculum. He was bored and unmotivated. The author also questioned the rigor of the courses, specifically the structure and how concepts were presented…

05/30/2017

Districts and schools across the country have made it a core focus to equip students with the 21st century skills they’ll need to achieve success after high school. But every student is different, mastering content in different ways and at different paces. To ensure that every student learns…

05/17/2017

The number of ELL (English Language Learner) students in U.S. schools is increasing at a rapid pace. In fact, ELL students represent the fastest-growing segment of the student population. In just 15 years, the number of ELL students in public schools has nearly doubled to approximately 5 million…

05/15/2017

For non-traditional students, outside factors can often interfere with a student’s learning in a traditional brick and mortar setting. Digital curriculum can be an empowering experience for these students. In traditional teacher-centered classrooms, non-traditional students often indicate that…

05/01/2017

One thing that’s critical to the success of personalized learning programs is staff participation in a Professional Learning Community, or PLC. These gatherings make space for strategic discussions that increase student and teacher engagement, improve instruction and classroom management and…