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Success Story: East Chicago Central High School

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Kristin Flynn

East Chicago Central needed a solution that offered both English language arts and math support while also having the differentiation abilities to help teachers identify knowledge gaps.

Edmentum's Vision for Edmentum College & Career

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Eric Swanson

“Is anyone struggling, anytime, anywhere?”

This could be the theme for Edmentum College & Career. We provide educators with a comprehensive solution that helps adult learners make the transition to college or vocational school and to a career. Edmentum now offers and will continue to provide the academic support, instructional support, and test prep to help struggling adult learners at each step along the way.

Making Sure You Don't Miss Grant Deadlines

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

One thing we don't need to tell you is just how tight education funding is. And whether at the local, state, or federal level, there is no reason to think that will change any time soon.

Dealing with End-of-Year Distractions

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Scott Sterling

Congratulations! You’ve almost made it through another school year. After all of the testing is completed, it seems downhill until summer.

Teacher Appreciation Week Chromebook Winners...

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Kristin Flynn

Congratulations to the following Chromebook winners:

Edmentum’s Vision for Plato Courseware

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Andrew Plackner

It’s probably not news to anyone that there continues to be widespread demand for online courses.  Nearly all school districts are looking at either launching or expanding the availability of onlin

America's Best High Schools (Says Who?)

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Kristin Flynn

U.S. News and World Reports just released its annual list of the best high schools in the United States.

Fairness and Equity Considerations When Creating and Administering Assessments: Part 2

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Shane Dennison

A fair assessment is one in which students are given equitable opportunities to demonstrate what they know (Lam, 1995). Does this mean that all students should be treated exactly the same? No!

Teacher Appreciation Week – Paying it Forward, and Backward

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

A week hardly seems adequate, does it? But nevertheless, any acknowledgment of the commitment and sacrifices made by teachers and of the critical role they play in the lives of children and in the future of the country is welcomed.

How to Survey a Class

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Scott Sterling

Although you should have been taking the pulse of your classes in various ways throughout the school year, the end of the year is obviously a popular time for surveys.

The Other Side of Online Learning: Online Teaching

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Kristin Flynn

What sometimes gets a little overlooked in discussions of online learning and its effectiveness is the role of online teaching, and the professional development resources required to fully

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