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While summer school is months away, it’s not too early to begin making your district’s plans.
There’s so much to celebrate this month! Edmentum has fun and free resources to celebrate Black History Month, Presidents’ Day, Safer Internet Day and more!
As the new year and semester start, it's a great opportunity to think about the past year, set goals for the future, and get back into your routine after a restful holiday break. We've gathered some fun resources to help you make the most of January. Check them out!
If you are using Study Island in your classroom, your students have access to a program that they can use anytime, from anywhere with an internet connection. Here are four ways that you can use Study Island to keep your students practicing and learning during remote learning days.
Check out our free guides, blogs, worksheets and other resources to ensure students are growing, accelerating, and meeting grade level expectations.
With the current school year coming into its final stretch, it’s time to start planning and budgeting for next year. We’ve put together these six tips to help you get a jumpstart and make the most of your technology budget for the upcoming year!
We’re entering the most multicultural period in the history of American education, and this makes cultural competence an essential skill for today's students.
By 2020, it is estimated that one in four U.S. K-12 students will be an English Language Learner (ELL). Schools will need to adapt in order to provide high quality ELL education and help level the playing field for students of all backgrounds.
After significant changes were made to the GED between 2011 and 2014, the TASC and HiSET exams entered the market as alternative options for a high school equivalency credential. How do the three tests compare?
Social awareness is so important that the next generation of standards often calls for skills that aren’t considered academic but are necessary nonetheless. Incorporate these skills into your curriculum with a social and emotional learning (SEL) program.
The start of spring and testing season can be stressful for both you and your students. This is the perfect time to rally your students and inspire a little friendly competition with a classroom contest.
The need for programmers, software developers, and computer science engineers is increasing at a dizzying rate, and the education landscape is finally waking up with renewed vigor and offering a plethora of program options on the subject. At the forefront of this growing movement, Edmentum is proud to unveil its newest subject for EducationCity--Computing!
As more and more jobs require some kind of post-secondary training, a high school diploma will only become more necessary. Online credit recovery programs can be a great solution to help students falling behind in credits (or at risk of it) to get back on track and graduate on time.
In the past several decades, huge progress has been made in closing the gender-equality gap, but they remain severely under-represented in the fast-growing STEM fields. How can we encourage women to pursue STEM education and careers to help fill critical (and well-paying) jobs and close the gap?
March is coming to end, which means that National Reading Month (and all of the push for reading and literacy that comes with it) is almost over. So how do you keep your students excited about reading after the Reading Month events, activities, and contests have ended?
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