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Edgenuity provides a full suite of initial credit courses for middle and high school students in English language arts, math, science, and social studies. Self-paced learning and pretesting allow students to spend more time on what they need and less time on content they’ve already mastered so students can catch up and graduate on time.What schools are using edgenuity?
Milwaukee Public Schools will use Edgenuity for 1,300 virtual students this year, as will the southwest Virginia regional virtual academy for around 800 students. Columbia Public Schools in Missouri is spending $1.29 million on Edgenuity for virtual students for the 2021–2022 school year.What is edgenuity instructional services?
In 2013, Edgenuity introduced a new product called Instructional Services, which provides a remote, accredited “teacher of record” who can grade assignments and meet with students and sometimes provides live virtual instruction. Districts can use the product to offer advanced classes or electives that wouldn’t otherwise be available.Is edgenuity a good remote learning service?
While Edgenuity is one of the industry’s biggest remote learning services, it’s not the only one to face complaints from parents and teachers. In September 2020, the Miami-Dade school district pulled out of a contract with K12 Inc., now called Stride, over concerns about the quality of content and instruction.