While a student's facility with math computation may get the teacher's closest attention during classroom instruction, that same student's reading comprehension skills may actually require the most assistance.
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.
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.
Press Release — 2018 — Apex Learning, a recognized pioneer and innovator in online learning for secondary education, announces New York Regents Tutorials. Designed specifically to prepare students for the Regents exams, these Tutorials help New York educators raise exam scores through focused instruction, practice and review.
Integrated Education Management System ASSIST Expands Content with Apex Learning® Tutorials Research Proven to Improve Students’ Scores
Press Release — 2018 — ASSIST Education and Apex Learning® enhanced their partnership with the addition of adaptive content and digital tutorials into the ASSIST Integrated Education Management System for K-12 schools. The adaptive Apex Learning Tutorials for intervention, remediation, and preparation for high-stakes assessments were proven to improve students’ performance on the Tutorials from pretest to posttest by more than 50% and by an average of 23 to 26 percentile points during the 2016–2017 school year.