Digital Curriculum

Washington County Public Schools launches online tutorials for middle, high school students

2019 — Online tutorials are available for middle and high school students of Washington County Public Schools when they are away from the classroom. The resources from Apex Learning in math and English language arts can provide help on homework, offer extra practice on topics with which a student is struggling, facilitate accelerated learning to get ahead in certain subject areas, and prepare for standardized tests or college entrance exams.

Apex Learning Announces Focus on Implementation Success

2019 — Districts using Tutorials are already experiencing significant learning gains across subject areas for students in grades 6–12. As they strive to raise outcomes even further, educators are asking for more opportunities to tailor their implementations to align with their district-specific curriculum, address individual student needs, and access data that demonstrates student progress. These three areas are the focus of the latest enhancements to Tutorials.

What’s New: Consumer Education Show Announcements for Schools

2019 — The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this year showcased some new products for schools and parents. Apex Learning announced the acquisition of Youth Digital’s library of project-based technology courses. In courses ranging from coding and design to gaming and animation, students are empowered to go beyond being tech users to become creators.

Education Leaders Highlight Use of Digital Curriculum to Unlock Success for Struggling Students

2019 — Apex Learning, a recognized pioneer and innovator in online learning for secondary education, partnered with education leaders to facilitate panel discussions on meeting the needs of struggling students at the 2018 iNACOL Symposium. “We were honored to work together with leading districts to highlight results from their programs that use digital curriculum to support diverse student populations,” said Cheryl Vedoe, CEO, Apex Learning. “When districts are able to do more to support struggling students—from those with learning gaps to below proficient readers and English language learners—the result is more students at grade level, more students passing high stakes exams and more students graduating on time.”

William Cofield honored at new 'conceptual' high school

William Cofield High School — 2018 — The school, structured as an A5 alternative program, utilizes curriculum through Apex learning, a virtual system that allows flexibility and an enhanced learning experience — allowing students to receive their diploma with 22 completed credits instead of 26...