This blog post will offer a roundup of helpful credit recovery resources and offer more insight into Courseware and EdOptions Academy, Edmentum’s online curriculum programs.
At Edmentum, we’ve recently started offering educators the option to pilot our programs as part of our commitment to be a true partner. Basically, pilots offer schools and districts the chance to fully implement our Courseware, Study Island, or Exact Path online programs for up to an entire school year at no charge outside of the cost of training sessions.
Edmentum’s mission includes providing teachers and students with resources that help students have positive outcomes in school. We provide teachers with standards-based curricula that help students meet their graduation requirements. To speak to that mission, we’ve developed a new course for Louisiana students: Louisiana Business English.
At Edmentum, we’re familiar with the impact that blended learning, intervention, credit recovery, and remediation in grades 6–8 can have on a district. Check out a few of these inspiring success stories straight from middle schools across the country.
The Edmentum Professional Services team has taken notes from countless successful Courseware implementations that focused on credit recovery programs for numerous districts to bring you a few best practices on how to manage your own online credit recovery program in the hopes that both students and educators make the very most of their credit recovery intervention program.
We recently shared best practices on how to implement a credit recovery program with Courseware. Now, our team of expert consultants will share best practices they’ve collected over many years in the classroom, which include how to keep your Courseware online credit recovery program on track to success based on what we’ve learned from partnering with schools across the country who have discovered what worked (and what didn’t work) when rolling out their own credit recovery programs.