Apex Learning & Illuminate Education Partner to Inform Meaningful Instruction

Partnership enables educators to connect assessment results with curriculum to drive instruction and intervention at just the right time

Apex Learning, a recognized leader in online learning, and  Illuminate Education, a leading K-12 student performance system, announce a new partnership. The new partnership provides schools and districts the ability to correlate learning gap assessments to digital curriculum, enabling individualized learning pathways for students in the critical subjects of Math and English Language Arts.

“We recognize the need to meaningfully link assessment data with effective and targeted instruction,” said Chris Porter, CEO, Apex Learning. “Especially in light of the profound impact of school closures due to COVID-19, and the challenges educators now face, efficient use of assessment information to drive individual student instruction is critically important.”

Apex Learning Courses curriculum seamlessly integrates with a district’s technical vision, simplifying the implementation from day one, but also supporting educator success throughout the process. Apex Learning Tutorials are used for grades 6-12 to strengthen skills, address learning gaps and provide personalized, scaffolded pathways for students to boost readiness to succeed on grade-level and provide students with opportunities for personalized acceleration.

“We immediately recognized that Apex Learning shares our goal to increase student achievement and empower educators with data to serve the whole child,” said Christine Willig, CEO, Illuminate Education. “Our partnership with Apex Learning will help bring collaborative instructional tools to even more schools and districts. Educators will be able to visualize each student’s progress, determine the right instructional or intervention strategy, and take the best next action, to achieve success.”

Illuminate Education’s suite of comprehensive assessment and MTSS collaboration and management products assist educators in monitoring student learning, identifying social-emotional behavioral (SEB) needs and aligning targeted supports.

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