Tuesday, July 28, 2009

New Apex Learning Agreement Expands Online Learning Programs

On June 23, the Board of Education approved a new agreement with Apex Learning for credit recovery and other online programs. The agreement is effective July 14, 2009 through June 30, 2012, and includes the following for all district high schools and alternative education programs:

  • Unlimited access to all credit recovery courses for all 9-12 grade students (no limit on licenses).
  • Unlimited access for all 9-12 grade students to the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Prep product for Mathematics and English-Language Arts.
  • Unlimited access for all 9-12 grade students to Advance Placement (AP) Exam Review courses.
  • Unlimited access to all Virtual Courses (first-time instruction) under the auspices of iHigh Virtual Academy.
Summer school students who enrolled in an Apex Credit Recovery course prior to July 14 will be able to finish their course for credit. Apex will provide professional development for graduation coaches and teachers in the upcoming months. For more information, please contact Dan Wolfson, program manager, at (858) 496-8467 or dwolfson@sandi.net.

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