FuelEd Adds 70 Online High School Courses
Fuel Education (FuelEd) has added 70 new online high school courses, many of which are available in multiple versions, for the 2015-2016 school year.
The new additions bring FuelEd's collection of high school courses to more than 230, most of which feature Spanish translation, text-to-speech functionality and dictionary support. Designed for use in class, at home, online or in a blended program, the courses are "available in multiple levels: Core, Comprehensive, Honors and AP, plus Remediation and Credit Recovery for students who need extra help," according to a news release.
“School districts face the complex challenge of not only meeting the diverse needs of high school students, but also preparing them for high stakes tests and graduation, whether they are college or career bound,” said FuelEd general manager Gregg Levin, in a prepared statement. “With our new, expanded high school curriculum, our school and district partners can offer more course options, at varying levels, that help students develop 21st century skills and position them for success beyond graduation.”
More information about FuelEd's online courses is available at getfueled.com.
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