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Only a few dozen education technology companies have achieved the Project Unicorn Interoperability Certification, and only a small number of those have achieved Tier 4 certification—the most rigorous level. This designation means that our products and platforms can be easily integrated with many other applications. But what does this mean for schools and districts?
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The Next Generation Science Standards are already nearly two years old. At the time of their release, the NGSS were met with any combination of glowing endorsements, biting critiques, and lots of fanfare. Fast-forward to today, and we at Edmentum would like to turn the spotlight on the NGSS and where they stand, two years in.
Mar 04, 2015
Since the passing of the NCLB Act of 2001, states have been mandated to assess all students in grades 3–8 and one high school grade, as well as report on grade-level proficiency. This system of measuring and reporting proficiency has been in place now for well over a decade, and some policy makers and education reformers have begun to question this proficiency-based system and consider other options.