Academic Assessment and Performance Accountability

Instructional Efficacy

The Edgenuity Educational Model for Learning embeds the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in its foundational framework. Edgenuity has aligned all course content to Florida’s curriculum standards. Each lesson is designed with student-centered objectives that maximize the use of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Domains and provide students with an optimal learning experience unique to each course. See for additional information.

Performance Accountability

Edgenuity implementations vary based on the state program and the partnership agreement with local districts. The company conducts a wide variety of studies to ensure performance accountability across all aspects the company. A sampling of program results are provided here for review.

Park City Independent – The attached profile includes course completion/grades and ACT data for Edgenuity’s private high school. Click here for the profile.

Rio Rancho Cyber Academy – The attached profile summarizes how students outperformed their state peers on the NMSBA and ACT in 2012. Click here for the profile.

Locust Grove Middle School – The attached profile provides a brief summary of how Edgenuity middle school students outperformed peers on 2014 Georgia state tests in English language arts, mathematics, reading, social studies, and science. Click here for the profile.

Loudon County – The attached profile describes how Edgenuity summer students outperformed district and state peers on Geometry and English Reading end-of-course assessments in 2011. Click here for the profile.

Jessamine County Schools – This profile provides a brief report summarizing how Edgenuity MyPath™ Students made significant gains during the 2013-2014 school year in reading and math on the Measures of Academic Progress (NWEA&trade’ MAP®) Reading and Mathematics Tests.Click here for the profile.

Copper River School District – This profile documents how Edgenuity students achieved significant gains and reduced the achievement gap on the NWEA™ MAP® assessment.Click here for the profile.

Utah Online – The attached profile summarizes an increase in graduation rates between 2012 and 2014, and higher ACT scores. Click here for the profile.

Arizona Profile Study

The six sites below were studied as part of a statewide review of program success. Profiles range from review of performance on AIMS to course recovery and graduation rates.