Featured Webinar: Redefining the 21st Century Classroom - Blended Learning Models with Edmentum Solutions

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Kristin Flynn

Join us for a free live webinar on Thursday, May 16 to learn more about Blended Learning models and how integrating online solutions supports academic achievement.

The Rise of MOOCs and Other Transformations in Higher Education

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Two new articles, one in the Wall Street Journal and one on the BBC website, confirm the impact that online learning is having on higher education.

Four Myths of No Child Left Behind

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Kristin Flynn

Since 2011, the U.S. Department of Education has granted waivers to 34 states and the District of Columbia exempting them from some of the core measures of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), and ten more states have waiver applications pending.

What to Do With Lame Duck May

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Scott Sterling

It’s a byproduct of our high-stakes testing culture that, once the high-stakes test is completed, teachers and students can be tempted into thinking the school year is complete as well.

Helping Students Transition Back to School from Alternative Schools

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Scott Lobdell

In the State of Florida, a new legislative session is seeing a lot of action pertaining to virtual education. One bill, HB 441, is taking on Juvenile Justice Education Programs.

Success Story: Immaculate Conception

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Kristin Flynn

At Immaculate Conception in Dennison, Ohio, adding an online standards-based program for test preparation created new enthusiasm for learning school-wide and supported recruitment efforts.

A European Look at American Education Reform

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Even in today's (sometimes eerily) interconnected world, companies and countries alike can tend to operate in an echo chamber.

Formative Data Best Practices- Lessons Learned From a Box of Chocolates

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Tina McMechen

It was a perfect February evening. My husband had just given me a dozen red roses and wished me a very happy Valentine’s Day.

The Effects of the Common Core on ELL Learning

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Scott Sterling

There are two converging ground swells in American education right now.

On the one hand, 45 states are implementing a universal set of standards that seek to not only direct teachers in what students should know at a certain level, but why they should know it and how they should be able to use it.

A Visit to the Library

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Andrea Gronberg

At Edmentum, we're reinventing the 21st century classroom. Through a combination of technology and rigorous and research-based curriculum, together with our education partners we are creating an effective and engaging classroom that creates effective and productive learners.

International Reading Association Annual Conference

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Kristin Flynn

We are very excited to be participating in the 58th Annual International Reading Association Conference (IRA) kicking off this coming weekend, April 20 - 22 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas!

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