Learning Recovery

Will Your Credit Recovery Program Improve Student Outcomes? Here are Four Ways to Tell

As school districts found their footing after quickly pivoting to online learning at the start of the pandemic, many have successfully put academic interventions into action to help students pass their core courses. Yet, credit recovery continues to be a sticking point for schools, especially those that serve children from low-income districts, multilingual students, and students with special needs.

Success in Action: Online Credit Recovery Helps Graduation Rates for Special Education Students in One District Soar by 30%

For high school students with special needs, failing a class or receiving an incomplete not only impacts them academically, but emotionally as well. As they watch their classmates move ahead as they fall behind, many experience a sense of isolation and a hit to their self-esteem.

How to Reengage Students to Address Learning Recovery with Compassion

Learning recovery has been a main topic of concern, focus, and discussion throughout the pandemic. To connect students with appropriate instruction, we must begin with an understanding of what each student is ready to learn—where they are in their learning pathway—and engage them at that level. This is by no means an unfamiliar task. What’s different, however, is the anticipated scale of learning recovery needs.