2020 was a year of evolution for teaching, with the growth of full-time remote and hybrid learning, the development of new teaching methodologies and best practices, a shift in the ways teachers ca
Each December, we look back and reflect upon all we have accomplished throughout the year. 2020 has truly been a year like no other.
Engaging students in their education, giving them timely and appropriate feedback on their work, and making them feel like valued members of a learning community is hard enough to pull off in a reg
The traditional classroom has changed monumentally due to the implementation of continually evolving educational technologies.
This year, our new and enhanced courses span a variety of disciplines, including world language, language arts, business, and science.
Roughly 466 million people worldwide––34 million of whom are children––are deaf.
With COVID-19 shifting many students to remote learning, parents and guardians have had to take on a larger role in monitoring and supporting education.
More and more students are coming to us with virtual learning experience.
When done well, online learning can be highly successful—providing rich and rigorous instruction while opening the door to new learning opportunities that students might not have otherwise.