A New Option for High School Equivalency: The Growing Demand for Adult Diplomas

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Leslie Holland

As more and more jobs require post-secondary training, adult learners and instructors are demanding better options for high school equivalency credentials. Here's what you need to know about rapidly growing adult diploma programs.

[Teacher Tips] Best Practices in Assigning Summer Learning

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Scott Sterling

Teachers are often on the front lines when it comes to fighting summer learning loss. Here’s how to make the most of this opportunity, and give your incoming students meaningful summer work.

How Teachers Can Make the Most Out of Summer School Class Time

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Scott Sterling

Summer school schedules are tight for teachers and students. We've got five tips to help you make the most of this limited but important time with students.

[Adult Education Funding] 4 Tips to Apply for Grants

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Sarah Cornelius

Adult educators face lots of unique challenges, and programs are often under-resourced. Grants can be a great option to find additional funding. Here's four tips to take the stress out of the application process.

[Contest Announcement] Edmentum Summer Academic Sprints

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Brittany Becker

We're calling all Study Island users to register for our Summer Academic Sprints Contest! Correctly answer as many questions as possible for a chance at great prizes, all while fighting summer learning loss!

5 Classroom Activities to Help Students Reflect on Learning

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McKenna Wierman

Taking time with your class to look back on the past year you’ve spent together is a great strategy to part ways on a high note before the summer begins, and it also helps your students reflect on their academic progress.

[EducationCity Feature Focus] Dive into NEW Content

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Madison Michell

Edmentum’s pre-K through 6th grade teaching and learning program, EducationCity, is continuously updated with new and im

Why All Parents Need to Advocate for Their Child in the Classroom

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Hugh O'Donovan

Every child's education is more successful when there is respectful collaboration, active communication, and true partnership between teachers in the classroom and parents at home.

[Teacher Tips] What to Look for in Your Lesson Video

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Scott Sterling

Taking videos of your lessons is a great way for teachers to see the classroom from a new perspective and reflect on your practice. Here's five things to keep in mind.

5 Parent Tips to Keep Children Engaged at the End of the School Year

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Sarah Cornelius

For parents, these last few weeks before summer can feel like a marathon, attempting to keep your children from completely checking out from the classroom mentally. Here are five ideas to keep kids engaged through the end of the school year.

How Edmentum Courseware Is Meeting University of California “a-g” Standards

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Shane Dennison

Edmentum works closely with the University of California and the California DOE to make sure that our online courses meet the rigorous "a-g" standards designed to ensure that students attain the breadth and depth of general knowledge to be successful in advanced studies.

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