Without a doubt, credit recovery programs are a powerful option leveraged by schools and districts across the country to keep students on track toward graduation.
Let’s take a look at 19 of our incredible partners who are changing the game in the fast-paced world of education when it comes to credit recovery and intervention; practice and state test preparation; flexible, expanded course options to support student achievement; and educators who went above and beyond.
We designed our STEM PBL activities with the goal of cultivating 21st century workplace skills, helping students develop higher-order thinking (get students creating!), increasing student agency, and ultimately, providing opportunities for sustained inquiry.
Are you curious about what the student experience is really like in virtual courses? Join us for a LIVE panel discussion with several of our highly qualified EdOptions Academy teachers on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 10:30 AM CT to learn more!
Virtual learning has enabled not only blended learning but fully online learning environments as well. Virtual schools provide students with the flexibility to retrieve lost credits and participate in out-of school activities that they would not be able to engage in if confined to a traditional school day.
At EdOptions Academy, our vision is empowering futures, one student at a time. The only way that happens is by recognizing each student as the unique person he or she is. Zach is one EdOptions Academy student who truly benefited from this personal approach.
At Edmentum, it’s our goal to provide online tools and customized consulting to make educators’ lives easier. See how other schools across the United States are partnering with Edmentum to find effective solutions to address challenges created by teacher shortages.
Rural, Gifted, and At-Risk: Four Research-Based Strategies to Support Advanced Learners in Small Districts
The question for educators working with gifted students in rural settings becomes one of engagement. How can these learners be exposed to the opportunities and guidance they need to keep learning interesting and challenging, and how can educators help them stay on track to reach their full potential? Here are four research-backed strategies.