Welcome, Wisconsin educators! We know you work tirelessly to meet the diverse needs of your students from kindergarten through graduation, but you don’t have to do it alone. Edgenuity provides flexible online and blended learning solutions that propel student success and give educators the tools they need to deliver more effective instruction. We’ll partner with you to provide specialized Wisconsin virtual learning solutions that improve academic outcomes and meet the needs of your students.
Pathblazer helps educators close early leaning gaps by immediately identifying where students are struggling and providing the targeted instruction they need to accelerate to grade level. Individualized learning paths are assigned based on results from Pathblazer’s screener, or using existing student data, thus eliminating the need for additional testing.
Hybridge offers targeted, online instruction that complements classroom instruction to build grade-level skills in reading and math. Teachers can assign Hybridge activities that correlate with classroom lessons or students can work through personalized learning paths to reinforce specific skills.
MyPath is designed to meet middle and high school students at their learning level and provide age-appropriate, data-driven instruction in math and reading to help students get back on track. Individualized learning paths are assigned based on results from MyPath’s pretest, or using existing student data, thus eliminating the need for additional testing.
UpSmart is a highly adaptive supplemental learning program designed to help ensure students in grades 6–8 demonstrate standards mastery in math and ELA. The power of UpSmart lies in its ability to place each student into the right level for each topic and then to continually adjust the level of instruction, support, and practice each student receives.
Edgenuity Courseware™ gives Wisconsin students access to over 300 core curriculum, AP®, honors, elective, dual credit, and concept and credit recovery courses. Students can work through courses independently or with a teacher who provides additional opportunities for instruction, remediation, and offline activities and discussions in the classroom.
Partner with Edgenuity Instructional Services to expand course offerings, start your own virtual program, help student athletes, and more. Courses can be taught by our highly qualified, Wisconsin-certified virtual instructors, who reteach concepts, provide helpful feedback, and communicate regularly with students, school mentors, and families.
Help all Wisconsin students be successful on state and national exams. Edgenuity’s Virtual Tutor courses offer comprehensive preparation for end-of-course and exit exams, as well as the SAT®, ACT®, PSAT®, GED®, HiSET®, TASC®, and ACCUPLACER®.
Aimee’s rich and diverse background inspires her work as an Account Executive for Edgenuity. For nearly a decade, she has worked with schools to support their development of virtual and blended learning implementations to support diverse student needs. Aimee is passionate about students having the best opportunity to achieve their goals and reach their full potential.
Lauren moved to Austin in August 2018 and is thrilled with the move. Originally from Dallas, she went to college at Indiana University and then moved back to Dallas to teach first grade for five years. Following teaching, Lauren worked as a behavioral technician where she implemented applied behavioral analysis practices in therapy sessions for children with autism. In her downtime, she enjoys being active, seeing live music, and spending time with family and friends. She is thrilled to be a part of the Edgenuity team!
Stacey was born in San Antonio, Texas, but moved to Arizona when she was very young and has lived there ever since. She graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s in Elementary Education. She taught briefly after college, and has now found her way back to education through Edgenuity. She and her fiancé have two children, and they love spending time together as a family outside of work. She is so excited to start working with this territory!
Aaron is a native Texan, born and raised in Austin. Aaron’s career started in the pharmaceutical/biomedical industry in quality assurance, but when she had the opportunity to work in higher education, she quickly realized that working with students would be a passion of hers. Her transition from working directly with students to supporting educators was not made lightly. When asked why she made the jump, Aaron had this to say: “Working with educators allows me to reach more students, and at the end of the day, helping students be successful is what I was meant to do in life.”
Pam has been working with the Professional Development team at Edgenuity for almost eight years. Prior to joining the company, she worked in a large school district first as a classroom teacher and then as a Curriculum Technology Specialist providing support to schools integrating technology into K–12 classrooms. She has been a Professional Development Manager for over two years and leads a team of specialists providing product training, ongoing support, and best practices, and helps teachers and leaders agree on policies for their programs. Pam and her husband live in Memphis, Tennessee.
Phillip resides in Wisconsin with his wife and three children. He has worked for the state of Wisconsin, in radio and television, and also as a Wisconsin-certified teacher, mostly in fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms. He has a teaching certificate from Cardinal Stritch University and a Master of Science in Training and Human Resource Development from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Phillip loves working with teachers every day because it presents new and exciting challenges, and he is able to help teachers make connections through educational technology.
Jeremy was born and raised in Texas. While his career brought him as far north as Minneapolis, he currently resides in Austin, Texas. Jeremy has worked in the field of technology for over 20 years and brings with him a wealth of knowledge. When asked why he works for Edgenuity he said, “I have always been interested in technology and Edgenuity uses technology to help kids—a winning combination!”