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.
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.
After reflecting on many conversations with Edmentum customers who use Exact Path, our K–12 assessment-driven, individualized learning program, we’ve compiled four of those best practices and considerations that you should know to help support your struggling middle and high school students.
Studies have consistently found that high-quality, engaging summer school programs can go a long way in preventing learning loss and can even accelerate student achievement and performance. Here's five research-based best practices.
Research shows that students can lose two months of math skills every summer and that two-thirds of the achievement gap in reading between low-income students and their middle-income peers can be attributed to summer learning loss in elementary school. Because of this, 9 in 10 teachers spend at least three weeks re-teaching lessons when school begins again. Why accept summer learning loss when you can overcome it with Study Island?