Here are four instructional best-practices for administrators and teachers to consider when getting ready for summer school classes.
How was the credit recovery program designed to help students regain credits in an effective and efficient manner? It all began with partnership, and for Waukegan High School, several elements were important foundational work to prepare for the program kickoff.
When the time comes for administrators and teachers to gather around and discuss what’s to become of their credit recovery program, our Credit Recovery Program Guide will be useful to follow and dig deep into the planning and decision-making process pertaining to implementation, tracking, and maintenance of your own program.
The most successful credit recovery programs are those in which everyone involved takes ownership. That being said, each stakeholder encounters different challenges throughout the journey. Here are some tips to get the most out of your program from the perspective of the three categories of stakeholders most invested in the program: administrators, teachers, and students.
High school graduation is of critical importance to the prospects of students in the United States. For many, the national graduation rate is the ultimate measurement of the effectiveness of the nation’s school system, which is why it is important to periodically check in with the available stations in the U.S. and to determine what can be done to make sure that every student has as bright a future as possible.
Virtual School Implementations for Student Retention, Transient Populations, and Credit Recovery “Minimesters”
Thinking about implementing a virtual program in your school or district? Considering options to improving your existing virtual school? Then, join us for an upcoming live webinar series where we will take a look at virtual learning from a variety of different angles!
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