All Students Deserve to be Really Ready
"Equity is achieved when all students receive the resources they need so they graduate prepared for success after high school."
Baltimore County Public Schools
Raising the bar in education with a commitment to support equal opportunities for all students.
Districts are increasingly tasked with providing options for at-risk and underserved student populations to address persistent achievement gaps.
Hear from district leaders at Baltimore County Public Schools who will discuss their equity initiative and provide best practices for supporting students that other districts can apply to their own programs.
Digital curriculum can help districts enable equity of opportunity by:
- Meeting the specific needs of diverse populations, such as ELL and special education
- Expanding educational offerings and alternative learning options
- Providing individualized support
- Freeing teachers to focus on teaching and supporting students
- Targeting gaps in learning with scaffolding and supports
- November 9: EdWeek — Register Now
- October 19: District Administration — Watch Now
Upcoming Conference Sessions
- iNACOL — October 23–25, 2017 — Learn More
- NABSE — November 15–19, 2017 — Learn More
- AASA — February 15–17, 2018 — Learn More
More Success Stories
North Little Rock School District, AR
Switch to Apex Learning More than Doubles Graduating Class
North Little Rock Academy chose Apex Learning in order to provide a personalized learning environment and meet the needs of their at-risk students.
Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District, AK
District Transcends Geographic Barriers with Digital Curriculum
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District is the geographic size of West Virginia, and they struggled to provide opportunities for students across 45 schools. They chose Apex Learning to offer their students equitable access to rigorous digital curriculum.
High School of World Cultures, Bronx, NY
Hear about the challenges and needs of new arrivals to the country and English language learners at High School of World Cultures.