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To celebrate all that you do and the season of giving, we’re hosting our annual Holiday Giveaway, where two lucky educators will each win a $500 Target gift card! Enter now!
According to the 2022 scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as The Nati
We know that students who experience learning acceleration struggle less and learn more.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) scores released last Monday by the U.S. Department of Education were devastating, but not surprising.
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you to accelerate growth for your students.
It’s a widely accepted fact of our education system that there are some groups or even schools of students who have struggled, are struggling, and will continue to struggle without some creative and effective interventions.
Edmentum welcomed over 80 children to learn more about how we support students’ academic success at our inaugural Edstravaganza event and we had a blast!
It is obvious that STEM education has been the recipient of a huge amount of attention recently – and rightly so. STEM education has been lagging and in need of increased funding, innovation, recruitment, and focus.
It was a pleasure to engage and network with thousands of educators last month at ISTE 2013. A special thank you to all who visited us at this year’s conference, participated in our many booth activities, and entered to win an iPad mini.
In what has become an annual summer tradition for the local newspapers in Florida and other locales, each of them run a feature on a teacher who has decided to leave the district or, worse, the pro
Why technology and mobile learning will change everything
In 2005, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman published a book called The World is Flat.
Gila Vista Junior High School in Yuma, AZ was recognized as an Edmentum Rockstar School and featured in their local paper, the YumaSun.
Achievement gaps occur when one group of students outperforms another group and the difference in average scores for the two groups is statistically significant.
English Language Learners (ELLs), have a challenging, sometimes daunting task ahead of them. They must learn and master rigorous academic content, while also acquiring the English language.
Many teachers move between schools during the summer - or at least consider it. As someone who made the jump once myself, here’s how I weighed the decision and what you can take out of my experience.
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