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Efficacy Studies

Apex Learning SAT® Tutorials significantly improved student achievement on Tutorials posttest assessments…
Apex Learning Tutorials significantly improved student performance on Tutorials posttest assessments in…
Use of Apex Learning Courses resulted in improved HISD graduation and dropout rates. Compared to the year…
Tutorials improved student achievement on SAT® Tutorials posttests. The purpose of this study is to…

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The school, structured as an A5 alternative program, utilizes curriculum through Apex learning, a virtual system that allows flexibility and an…
Over the summer, the district offered several online courses through Apex Learning where students could recover credits they didn’t get during the…
Using Apex Learning, one of several online instructional programs on the market, students spend their class time glued to laptops. They read, view…
Apex Learning is profiled in Insights Success magazine as one of the ten most innovative edtech companies. Read the article on page 18.

Blog

Middle school success is a key predictor of success in high school. The middle school years lay the foundation for success in high school, yet many…
Today’s districts are grappling with how to meet the needs of struggling students. The average student who starts below grade level has a one in four…
Nearly three out of four classrooms include at least one English Language Learner and this subgroup represents the fastest growing student population…
This is the ninth blog in a series where we will be exploring the topic of innovation and its impact on digital curriculum.  Education Week recently…

Case Studies

Reagan Middle School educators sought to improve support for at-risk students who didn’t come to class regularly, were coping with mental and physical health issues, or had life situations that affected their learning.

Four years ago, Early County School System in Blakely, Georgia, was using a digital curriculum provider that primarily relied on prerecorded video lectures to replicate the traditional classroom model. This approach did not resonate with students and was not producing the outcomes the district needed.

When Superintendent Luke Francois came to Mineral Point School District seven years ago, the district was in the “exceed expectations” category of state assessments. However, he believed that they could do even better. The district started laying the foundation to increase student achievement.

The Temecula Valley Unified School District was looking for a solution that would offer students the option of a college prep education with the flexibility of using digital  curriculum in a nontraditional setting.

White Papers

Innovative districts are expanding their summer programs beyond traditional remediation of course failure…
Texas: How the Lone Star State leads in ELL education. The constantly changing landscape of the ELL…
College and Career Readiness Begins in Middle School. Middle school academic performance is a key…
How BCPS Uses Digital Curriculum to Enhance and Advance its Equity Initiative Within Baltimore County…

Guides

AP Courses Improve College Readiness Over one million students in the class of 2017 took AP exams, an increase of 70% over the past 10…

The "one-size-fits-all" practices that defined yesterday's thinking have given way to new opportunities in both curriculum and instruction. Blended Learning has given way…

CTE With A Purpose CTE courses prepare students for high demand careers with a depth of learning that builds real-world skills. Each…

What is College Readiness?           College readiness is the ability for students to demonstrate the knowledge and…