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Digital Learning During COVID-19

This story first appeared on the PIONEER INSTITUTE. This week on “The Learning Curve,” co-host Cara Candal talks with Julie Young, ASU Vice President of Education Outreach and Student Services, and Managing Director of ASU Prep Academy and ASU Prep Digital. They discuss the implications of COVID-19’s disruption of American K-12 education and the future of digital learning. Julie describes the enrollment growth her organization has seen as a result of parent demand for alternatives to public offerings, which comes on top of the growth in online schooling that pre-dated the pandemic...
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Prep Student Overcomes Adversity To Pursue College

An 11-year-old ASU Prep Digital student with a traumatic brain injury heals and balances college aspirations with coding, automotive repair and other extracurriculars. Jayeden Valbrun began the sixth grade a few months ago at Arizona State University Prep Digital online K-12 school. In the few months since beginning courses at...
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ASU Prep Digital Forges Partnership With Ohio Charter School Network to Reduce Student Learning Loss Due to COVID Quarantine

New Learning Under Quarantine Program Taps ASU Prep Digital Resources to Deliver Curriculum Aligned with Quarantined Students’ Peers for a Seamless Return to School CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After powering through a year or more of remote and hybrid learning due to COVID, a significant share of traditional school districts are returning to...
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Online Education Keeps Student Learning on Schedule

September 15 is National Online Learning Day, an unofficial holiday that deserves celebrating now more than ever. In the seemingly endless wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as many as 75% of U.S. schools are turning to online learning platforms, according to research compiled by ThinkImpact. And with the United Nations...
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Making Up for Lost Time: Unfinished Learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the learning landscape in an unprecedented way. Many students have had to pivot from in-person to online learning to continue their education amidst shutdowns and quarantine periods—and unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be ending any time soon. Schools that maintained traditional education models and failed...
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Utah School Partnerships Provide Model for Expanding Educational Opportunities

Blended Model and Concurrent College Credit Courses Offer Advanced Options for Utah Students Article originally published on eschoolnews.com UTAH and ARIZONA – Education changes lives. Yet for a multitude of reasons, not all students have equal access to quality learning. It is a challenge that former Utah State Senator Howard...
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ASU Prep Digital Paves Way to College for Diné Student

Article Re-posted from the Navajo Times. When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, Kristen Hosteen searched online for a digital program for her daughter, Brianna. Her father was born and raised in Tuba City where the family of six live today. “I wasn’t sure how some of the schools would handle...
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