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Teachers Like Technology in the Classroom, But Few Think It’s Well Integrated

Teachers Like Technology in the Classroom, But Few Think It’s Well Integrated Education Week | Elisha McNeil | May 20,2016 Ninety-one percent of teachers agree that technology gives them more ability to tailor lessons and homework assignments to the individual needs of each student, but only 16 percent of teachers give their schools an ‘A’…

How Edgenuity CEO Sari Factor Defines Blended Learning and Good Implementations

How Edgenuity CEO Sari Factor Defines Blended Learning and Good Implementations EdSurge | Betsy Corcoran | May 17, 2016 In addition to this week’s regularly scheduled podcast programming, we’re bringing you an exclusive conversation between executives. At the NewSchools Venture Fund Summit, EdSurge’s own CEO Betsy Corcoran interviewed Edgenuity CEO Sari Factor about Edgenuity’s rapid…

Ed Tech Implementation Leaves Room for Improvement

Ed Tech Implementation Leaves Room for Improvement The Journal | Leila Meyer | May 9, 2016 Although schools have spent billions on computer hardware and software for the classroom, only 16 percent of teachers think their schools are using it effectively, according to a new report sponsored by online and blended learning service provider Edgenuity….

America’s Education Technology Gap

America’s Education Technology Gap: Teachers Believe Tech Enriches the Classroom – But Schools Struggle with Implementation Despite Billions Spent on Classroom Technology, Only 16% of Teachers Give their Schools an ‘A’ for Tech Integration Scottsdale, AZ | May 9, 2016 – A large majority of U.S. teachers believe technology helps facilitate learning – however, just…

Edgenuity and Bullitt County, Kentucky Public Schools Partner to Keep Students Learning

Edgenuity and Bullitt County, Kentucky Public Schools Partner to Keep Students Learning Tech &  Learning | May 3rd, 2016 Edgenuity and Bullitt County Public Schools (BCPS) in Kentucky have partnered to address the high school dropout problem. BCPS is using Edgenuity’s online learning solutions as resources for dropouts to continue earning credits towards graduation. BCPS Assistant…

Edgenuity Offers Free National Dropout Prevention Network Memberships

Edgenuity Offers Free National Dropout Prevention Network Memberships The Journal | Joshua Bokan | April 25, 2016 Edgenuity has partnered with the National Dropout Prevention Network (NDPN) in an effort to help increase graduation rates across the country. As a result of the partnership, all Edgenuity customers are eligible for a free year-long membership with…

Partnership Focuses On Increasing High School Graduation Rates

Partnership Focuses On Increasing High School Graduation Rates District Administration | Ariana Fine | April 21, 2016 In an effort to help increase high school graduation rates, Edgenuity, a leading provider of online and blended learning solutions, today announced a partnership with the National Dropout Prevention Network (NDPN). The partnership builds on Edgenuity’s work over…

Edgenuity Adds Star Assessment Integration for MyPath

Edgenuity Adds Star Assessment Integration for MyPath The Journal | Joshua Bolkan | April 12, 2016 Edgenuity and Renaissance Learning have partnered to integrate the latter’s Star Assessments with Edgenuity MyPath. Designed to help close student achievement gaps, MyPath features instruction for students in grades 3-11. Following an exam, such as Edgenuity’s own placement exam…

Edgenuity MyPath Integrates With Renaissance Learning’s STAR Assessments

Edgenuity MyPath Integrates With Renaissance Learning’s STAR Assessments Tech & Learning | April 11, 2016 Edgenuity and Renaissance Learning™ announced today that Renaissance Learning’s STAR Assessments™ will integrate with Edgenuity MyPath™. Edgenuity MyPath includes instruction that ranges from the third-grade to the eleventh-grade skill level to help close gaps and prepare students for success. Results…

Edgenuity Debuts Course Customization Tool

Edgenuity Debuts Course Customization Tool The Journal | Joshua Bolkan | March 7, 2016 Edgenuity has launched the Course Customization tool, a product that allows teachers to add remove and reorder content in Edgenuity courses to further personalize the learning experience for individual students. “Each student is different and has unique strengths and areas for…