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April 18, 2015

New ELL Curriculum to Close the Achievement Gap

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New! Digital Curriculum to Help
Close the ELL Achievement Gap

Engaging ELL Curriculum Modules for Grades 4-8
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A new way to engage English Language Learners.

Middlebury Interactive Languages offers an engaging curriculum solution to support the English Language Learners in your school or district.

The ELL modules, which align with Common Core and WIDA standards, teach students in grades 4-8 the fundamentals of academic English through project-based activities that are applicable to real-world settings.

Sign up for an ELL demo to learn more about this new digital curriculum.

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April 1, 2015

New! Digital ELL Curriculum to Boost Student Outcomes

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Middlebury Interactive Languages

New! Digital Curriculum to Help
Close the ELL Achievement Gap

Modules engage students in academic English acquisition.
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A new way to engage English Language Learners.

Middlebury Interactive Languages offers an engaging curriculum solution to support the English Language Learners in your school or district.

The ELL modules, which align with Common Core and WIDA standards, teach students in grades 4-8 the fundamentals of academic English through project-based activities that are applicable to real-world settings.

Sign-up for a demo to learn more about how this innovative digital curriculum can help improve student learning outcomes for your ELLs.

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500+ Online Courses to Expand Student Options

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Meeting the Needs of Diverse Student Populations

School districts across the country are looking for an affordable way to offer more course options to students–both to increase learning opportunities and improve academic outcomes. Fuel Education has a comprehensive portfolio of more than 500 courses and titles for pre-K through 12th grade to help schools and districts accomplish these objectives.

Our portfolio includes:

  • Credit recovery courses, including algebra, English, and history/social sciences
  • Core, Honors, and AP® courses
  • World language courses from Middlebury Interactive Languages
  • Electives, including career exploration courses
  • Many courses include text-to-speech and translation support
  • All FuelEd courses can be customized by your teachers

All FuelEd courses are designed to be used in class, at home, in a blended program, or a fully online environment. To learn more about how FuelEd can help you expand your course offerings to meet the individual needs of students—without worrying about class size or teacher availability—contact a FuelEd team member or download our complete 2015–2016 course list.
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March 21, 2015

New Digital Curriculum to Engage ELLs

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An Interactive Digital Curriculum to Engage Non-Native English Speakers
New ELL curriculum modules for 4th-8th grades
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Introducing Middlebury Interactive’s new ELL curriculum to close the achievement gap.

Middlebury Interactive’s engaging English language curriculum is designed to help schools and districts improve learning outcomes for non-native English speakers. The supplemental curriculum focuses on academic English, literacy development and vocabulary building, as well as the development and refinement of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

The combination of individualized, task-based activities and project-based learning facilitates collaboration among peers. Through this academic content-based curriculum, students gain confidence in their understanding and utilization of the English language. Request a course demo to learn more about this unique way to help ELLs in your school or district move ahead.

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Follow a Blended Learning Trailblazer: D.C. Public Schools

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LexiaD.C. Public Schools:
Reinventing Classrooms for the Future
Success in D.C. Schools
“Students reading at all levels saw greater gains on the DIBELS assessment after using Lexia Reading Core5®, a blended learning reading program, compared to students that did not. In fact, their reading ability grew by 12 percentage points. These early gains are encouraging and we expect to see greater growth as we continue to scale our blended learning work.”

David Rose, Deputy Chief, D.C. Public Schools, District Administration magazine (March 2015)
This month, District Administration magazine and eSchool News featured articles about the widely heralded blended learning implementation in the D.C. Public Schools. David Rose, Deputy Chief, Office of Educational Technology and Library Program and John Rice, Manager of Blended Learning, share some of the accomplishments and challenges of implementing blended learning.

Read about the 4 areas of focus that contributed to D.C.’s success.
In addition, learn about how Rice and Rose kept two “aces up their sleeve” to eliminate barriers along the way.

Blended Learning: How the nation’s capital is reinventing its classrooms for the future
(District Administration, March 2015)

Where blended learning meets personalized learning–and gets results
(eSchool News, March 2015)

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