It's no secret that career and technical education (CTE) courses in schools can help students prepare for a variety of skill-based jobs and give them an opportunity to explore potential career path
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Financial literacy is key when it comes to developing a healthy and functional relationship with money as an adult. If students aren’t talking money with their parents, it’s important for other trusted adults, like educators, to take on this role.
Here are five best practices to develop a learner-centered online credit recovery program in your school or district that will support students in building the positive momentum they need to achieve academic goals and graduation success!
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.
Worldwide, more and more students are taking advantage of virtual education options. As students, parents, and educators embrace the individualization and flexibility of online learning, this growth is likely to continue. With this in mind, it’s becoming critical for school and district administrators to have a plan in place to offer virtual options for students and, even more importantly, to make sure that students are set up for success in these programs.
[Special Education] 4 Differentiation Strategies to Support Students with Learning Disabilities in Online Courses
Students are increasingly taking advantage of virtual options because they appreciate the opportunity to work at their own pace, on their own schedule, and in the environment that is most effective for them. Here are four tips for educators to provide the differentiation in instruction that students with learning abilities require to be successful in online courses.