Digital Curriculum

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School Districts Using Apex Learning Digital Curriculum Recognized

Press Release — 2017 — The Digital Content and Curriculum Achievement Award recognizes K-12 schools and districts for breaking new ground in the use of digital content and curriculum, including: Baltimore County Public Schools in Maryland, Pickerington Local School District in Ohio, Bridges Virtual Academy in Wisconsin and Coxsackie-Athens Central School District in New York. According to Kecia Ray, executive director of the Center for Digital Education, these districts are setting an outstanding example for others on how to effectively implement digital curriculum to improve student learning.

Content accessibility streamlined for back-to-school

District Administration — 2017 — ASSIST LLC announced the full integration of Apex Learning content into ASSIST 4.0, the company’s Integrated Education Management System for K-12 schools. Schools can access and assign Apex Learning’s middle and high school courses directly on ASSIST. Furthermore, students can also access the courses seamlessly through ASSIST. Available now, the ASSIST system was designed by educators at ASSIST LLC as a new approach in meeting the needs of educational institutions within a single platform.

Charter school relocates to Lehigh

Lehigh Acres Citizen — 2017 — Lehigh Acres, FL — A Lee County School District-approved charter school has relocated to Lehigh Acres. The Donna J. Beasley Technical Academy kicked off the new school year in a new location, renting space from the First Presbyterian Church of Lehigh Acres. Donna J. Beasley offers pre-apprenticeship in the trades of electrical, heating, air conditioning and plumbing. All of the curriculum is online and the school uses the Apex Learning Virtual School.

Apex Learning Indiana Tutorials Approved by DOE for Indiana Formative Assessment Grant

Press Release — 2017 — Seattle, WA — Apex Learning, known for rigorous, standards-based curriculum proven to increase student outcomes, announced today that Apex Learning Indiana Tutorials have been pre-approved by the Indiana Department of Education for the state’s Formative Assessment Grant. Designed specifically for the Indiana Academic Standards, Indiana Tutorials help districts raise exam scores, improve course pass rates and increase college and career readiness through focused instruction, practice and review.

Students Taking Apex Learning Advanced Placement Courses Again Outpace National AP Exam Average

Press Release — 2017 — Seattle, WA — Apex Learning, known for digital curriculum that makes rigorous, standards-based content accessible to all students, continues the trend of outpacing national scores on the College Board AP exams. Last spring, 65 percent of students taking Apex Learning AP courses scored a 3 or higher on Advanced Placement (AP) exams, five percentage points higher than the national average of 60 percent for the same exams.

Leverage Data Tools to Prepare Students for College and Careers

By Jean Sharp, Vice President of Content Development

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 what they need to be successful and graduates prepared for the future, classroom teachers must personalize instruction to meet the needs of all students.

How Digital Curriculum Helps Engage and Motivate Students to Persist and Progress

By Jean Sharp, Vice President of Content Development

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 they have little control over their learning. In a digital curriculum environment, however, they are often better able to make choices over the path and pace of their learning. Digital content simply affords options for non-traditional students that often better meet their learning needs.

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