Edmentum's Vision for Assessment Solutions

by
Mark Caulfield

Edmentum strives to help students reach their academic goals by providing assessment solutions that identify and support individual student learning needs.

Preparing Students for Next-Generation Assessments

by
Dave Adams

Educators are currently working hard to prepare students for the rigor of next-generation assessments like the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) and Smarter Ba

FETC 2015 Recap

by
Vanessa Berentson

Last week, we were at the 2015 Florida Educational Technology Conference (FETC) in Orlando, Florida.

The Classroom of the Future, 2015 Edition

by
Scott Sterling

Contrary to the fears of some educators, we’ll probably never move to a classroom made up only of robots.

Edmentum's Vision for Intervention Solutions

by
Kara Marolt

While we may just be getting started in the new calendar year, it's likely educators are hard at work nearing the halfway point of the school year.

CTE by the Numbers

by
Sarah Cornelius

The economy is changing—and education must change along with it in order to prepare students for success in the workforce.

Meet Our Employees

by
Carly Gebhardt

Shari Rios
Manager, Overlay Consultants

Creative Exit Ticket Strategies and Best Practices

by
Scott Sterling

Exit tickets have been a great way to accomplish formative or summative assessment for some time now.

Edmentum's Vision for Plato Courseware

by
Eric Swanson

When I visit customers, I often get asked some version of the questions, "What is the vision for the future of Plato Courseware?

Common Core Update: What to Watch in 2015

by
Scott Sterling

The new year brings more anticipation and anxiety about the future of the Common Core State Standards, the associated tests, and the overall status of public education in America.

Test Prep Without Test Prep: Preparing Students Without Drills

by
Scott Sterling

Test preparation, fair or not, can have a negative connotation in some circles. To some, drilling kids on test-taking strategies takes the art and creativity out of teaching.

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