Online courses have long been used for credit recovery; in the 2009-10 school year, more than 60 percent of digital courses were taken for credit recovery purposes, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
The Virtual High School (VHS Inc.) has partnered with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), a nonprofit charged with managing the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory, to provide the Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs with an after-school version of the Space Station Academy course.
The Virtual High School(VHS Inc.) has partnered with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), a nonprofit charged with managing the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory, to provide the Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs with an after-school version of the popular Space Station Academy course.
One of the exciting things about the increased availability of educational technology is how it’s changing the way we think about traditional classrooms. The VirtualHighSchool has created global online classrooms for secondary school students and online professional development for educators.
To help schools and district meet the growing demand for online learning courses, The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a nonprofit empowering schools with the industry's best online learning programs, announced today that it is expanding its sales organization.
Francis Schluckebier has been hired as regional sales manager for the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware sales territories of the Virtual High School, an educational nonprofit based in Maynard, Mass. He was Northeast sales manager for Herff Jones' Nystrom Education Division.
The Virtual High School, a Maynard-based nonprofit empowering schools with online learning programs, recently announced the appointment of Francis Schluckebier to the newly created position of regional sales manager for the organization’s Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware sales territory. Schluckebier brings more than 30 years of sales and management experience to the company.
“When am I ever going to use this?” Most anyone teaching mathematics has been asked this question. Often students struggle to relate mathematics to their daily lives. While investigating applications of math is most critical to making content relevant, identifying appropriate ways to do so can be a challenge. Providing opportunities for students to see how math relates to their daily lives is essential to keeping students motivated to learn and to be engaged in math.