Virtual School Meanderings

July 19, 2017

[New Announcement] What Solutions Are Available Better Serve Your Students?

From yesterday via a LinkedIn group that I belong to.

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TechinEDU (Technology in Education)
Announcement in TechinEDU (Technology in Education)
What solutions are available better serve your students?
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Robin Re
Audience Development Director at Industry Dive
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Summer is a great time to keep students engaged, help those who may need to catch up, or who are looking to get ahead. FLVS offers more than 150 courses geared to help teachers help students.

Read more about FLVS below, or click here to access more information: http://dive.pub/2uwBai9

Robin
TechinEDU
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Looking for innovative tools to empower your teachers and engage your students? FLVS can help. We provide teacher-driven, student-centric solutions to help blend digital learning into your classrooms.

Schools use FLVS courses to maintain school budgets, expand curriculum, overcome space or staffing limitations, and personalize learning. Our products are created to empower teachers, not replace them.

Aligned to national standards, our robust interactive digital curriculum for grades 6-12 includes:
– NCAA-approved core courses
– Electives
– Advanced Placement/Honors
– Career & Technical Education
– Credit Recovery

We also offer an AdvancED/SACS accredited turn-key school, FLVS Global School, where we offer your students 24/7 access to our entire catalog of digital curriculum, taught by our certified teachers in a virtual learning environment.

To test drive a course, or schedule a virtual demo, visit: http://dive.pub/2uwBai9

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