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Customer Success Story: Dover High School

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Kristin Flynn

Dover High School in Dover, DE was recently recognized as an Edmentum Rock Star School for their success with Plato Courseware and EdOptions Academy in their Twilight and Daylight programs. The Edmentum Rock Star School program recognizes outstanding schools and their inventive and effective uses of the full range of Edmentum learning solutions.

PARCC Outlines Accommodation Standards for English Language Learners

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Andrea Gronberg

In April of this year, edweek.org reported on the challenges facing the two Common Core assessment consortia in creating a level playing field for English language learners (ELLs).

Jobs for College Grads: Go for Business, Engineering, and Education, too

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Kristin Flynn

The Wall Street Journal recently cited a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) that projected job opportunities in 150 occupations that typically require a bachelor's degree.

What Are the Barriers to Effective Class Scheduling?

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Scott Sterling

It’s a widely accepted fact of our education system that there are some groups or even schools of students who have struggled, are struggling, and will continue to struggle without some creative and effective interventions.

Edmentum Edstravaganza

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Kristin Flynn

Edmentum welcomed over 80 children to learn more about how we support students’ academic success at our inaugural Edstravaganza event and we had a blast!

STEM and Liberal Arts: They Need Each Other

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Andrea Gronberg

It is obvious that STEM education has been the recipient of a huge amount of attention recently – and rightly so. STEM education has been lagging and in need of increased funding, innovation, recruitment, and focus.

ISTE iPad Mini Winners

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Kristin Flynn

It was a pleasure to engage and network with thousands of educators last month at ISTE 2013. A special thank you to all who visited us at this year’s conference, participated in our many booth activities, and entered to win an iPad mini.

Is There a Way to Get More Teachers to Stay?

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Scott Sterling

In what has become an annual summer tradition for the local newspapers in Florida and other locales, each of them run a feature on a teacher who has decided to leave the district or, worse, the pro

The World is Flat

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Kristin Flynn

Why technology and mobile learning will change everything

In 2005, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman published a book called The World is Flat.

Success Story: Gila Vista Junior High School

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Andrea Gronberg

Gila Vista Junior High School in Yuma, AZ was recognized as an Edmentum Rockstar School and featured in their local paper, the YumaSun.

Puzzling and Problematic – Why Does the Achievement Gap Persist?

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Achievement gaps occur when one group of students outperforms another group and the difference in average scores for the two groups is statistically significant.

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