Educators are challenged with finding solutions designed to engage, motivate, and improve achievement for all learners.
Looking for a way to keep your students engaged over the summer months? Enter your students and your school in the Edmentum Academic Challenge featuring Study Island for a chance to win great prizes!
As flipped learning grows in momentum across the country and around the world, there are still some teachers not willing to at least give it a try.
According to the National Center on Response to Intervention, “RTI is a prevention oriented approach to linking assessment and instruction
Summer is nearly upon us and we want to make sure your transition to summer school is as easy as possible so we’ve developed a Guide to Summer School Success, and we want you to have it for free! It’s not too late to create an unforgettable summer school experience.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has made its reputation largely through philanthropy on behalf of global health and development initiatives, including addressing the challenges of:
Encourage all levels of educators and standardized assessment creators to abide by ‘fairness and equity considerations’.
Jamie Candee, SVP Sales and Marketing at Edmentum, continues her series on real-world challenges in the classroom.
We’re finally here, the Promised Land of late May!
For over 50 years, Plato Courseware has been developing rigorous courses and media-rich content for original credit, supplemental learning, credit recovery, unit recovery, and extended learning.
As we finish the 2012-13 academic year, I would like to congratulate you on completing another school year.
Teachers enter every school year promising to make parental engagement a top priority. Then, sometime between having a stack of papers to grade and lesson plans to submit, a lot of us fall back into the routine of only talking to parents when something goes wrong, just as it’s been since the beginning of professional education.
As a Title I school that only serves students up to second grade, Baker Elementary School in Wayland, MI realized they needed to start teaching fundamental reading skills as early as possible in order to affect learning gains.
In an interesting new infographic, KnowledgeWorks articulates its view of the future of learning and provides a provocative vision of the ways in which learning might evolve.
Last week I was talking to a middle school math teacher about one of her students, and how he was struggling with calculating ratios and really needed more support and help.
As a teacher, you’ve had a few years to prepare for the new Common Core standards. Your superiors have had a little longer than that.
We've been saying for some time that while the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are simple in their concept, the implementation can be problematic.
Expo Alternative Learning Center in Waterloo, IA was nominated as an Edmentum Rock Star School for their success with Plato Courseware in six different programs, including an alternative high school, a credit recovery program, a behavior remediation center, an 8th grade program for at-risk students, and services for behavior-related and other disabilities.
Did you know that students who study a foreign language for four years or more typically outperform their classmates and colleagues in other areas?
Although the National Education Association has been on board for Common Core State Standards since 2009-10, its Representative Assembly of delegates recently re-affirmed the organization's support
Take a moment and consider what your world would be like without the ability to read. Imagine doing simple tasks, such as, following a recipe, reading a magazine, or even paying a bill.