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Apex Learning Selects the Really Ready Video Contest Winners!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2018 Really Ready Video Contest! We are delighted to announce we received a wide selection of excellent videos highlighting how your school or district is preparing students for the next step. We learned how digital curriculum is supporting your students make the transition from middle school to high school, to successfully graduate from high school and for life beyond secondary school.

Beaverton School District Boosts Middle School Achievement with Apex Learning Digital Curriculum

Press Release — 2018 — Apex Learning digital curriculum has a significant impact on student achievement, according to recent data released by Beaverton School District in Oregon (BSD). The district used Apex Learning digital curriculum to provide targeted intervention and remediation and personalize learning in the classroom to better prepare students for standardized tests. During the 2014-2015 school year, seventh and eighth grade students from two BSD middle schools demonstrated significant gains on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) in math and English compared to similar students participating in traditional classroom instruction alone.

Apex Learning Launches "Tell Us How Your Students are Really Ready" Contest

Press Release — 2018 — Apex Learning, known for rigorous, standards-based digital curriculum proven to increase student achievement, today announced the "Tell Us How Your Students are Really Ready" contest. Multiple winners will be selected for the most compelling stories about how their district, school or classroom is using Apex Learning digital curriculum to ensure their students are really ready for the next step, whether that's the next course, the next grade, college or work. Prizes include an Apple iPad, a Chromebook and Amazon gift cards.

CEO Cheryl Vedoe Discusses Student Readiness in MDR Article

Are today’s students really ready for college, work, and life? CEO Cheryl Vedoe posed this question in a guest post for the MDR thought leadership blog, Voice from the Industry. In her column she encourages readers to celebrate the increasing graduation rates, but also to recognize the fact that many students are still not graduating prepared or ready for the next step in college and career.

With Apex Learning, students learn more, and the evidence shows it. In this video, find out more about our third-party efficacy studies and how we make more lea...

Getting Smart and Apex Learning Define Student Readiness

Press Release — 2017 — Seattle, WA — Getting Smart, a learning design firm that focuses on innovations in education and the future of learning, and Apex Learning, known for digital curriculum that makes rigorous, standards-based content accessible to all students, have collaborated on a study to define what it means for high school students to be really ready for what comes next.

Leverage Data Tools to Prepare Students for College and Careers

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.