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Achieving Graduation Success in Indiana

Under the revised plan, students need to meet diploma requirements and also, in most cases, satisfy additional criteria, learning and demonstrating employability skills and demonstrating postsecondary-ready competencies. Is your district or school equipped with the tools to offer students these different options? We’re breaking down these three requirements below, but additional details can also be found in this Graduation Pathways Frequently Asked Questions document.

North Carolina Administrators’ Ultimate Guide to Planning for the 2018–19 School Year

With North Carolina’s ESSA plan recently approved by the U.S. Department of Education on June 5, 2018, planning for the 2018–2019 school year is top of mind for district and school administrators. To support you in that process, we've curated a list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and the North Carolina ESSA plan.

Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading in Georgia

The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) has created a Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading (L4) plan to ensure that all children are on the path to reading proficiently by 3rd grade and beyond. With accountability measures clearly stated in the Georgia ESSA plan and an impressive L4GA grant program to support funding of this initiative, the state is setting impressive groundwork to ensure that all children will successfully learn to read, write, and communicate.

Georgia Administrators’ Ultimate Guide to Planning for the 2018–19 School Year

With Georgia’s ESSA plan approved and the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) indicators clearly aligned to the ESSA requirements, planning for the 2018–19 school year is top of mind for district and school administrators. To support you in that process, we've curated a list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by the GaDOE and the Georgia ESSA plan.

Tennessee Administrators’ Ultimate Guide to Planning for the 2018–19 School Year

With Tennessee’s ESSA plan approved by the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE), planning for the 2018–19 school year is top of mind for district and school administrators. To support you in that process, we've curated a list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by the TDOE and the Tennessee ESSA plan.

[Best Practices] Lessons from an Indiana Blended Learning Program That Works

Recently, I had the pleasure of connecting with one of our Edmentum partners in Middlebury, Indiana, to gather some tried-and-true best practices from a blended learning program with a history of success. Lauren Bailey, the blended learning lab teacher at Northridge Middle School (NMS), leverages Edmentum Courseware for digital curriculum and EdOptions Academy for completely virtual courses in her blended learning lab.

Fiscal Year Spend Down: 3 Ways to Use It Before You Lose It

As the clock ticks down on state education budgets, teachers and administrators are often encouraged to spend down funds before they disappear. While no two states may have quite the same timeline for this end-of-year mad dash, a large spike in spending generally occurs in the spring months for this reason.

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