The FuelEd Summit curriculum is flexible, mobile, and continuously evolving and adapting to each student’s strengths and weaknesses delivering individualized instruction paths that provide the support students need, when they need it. View this video to learn how Fuel Education’s new courses re-imagine the online learning experience to meet the needs of 21st-century students.
2/21/2017 Fuel Education Herndon, Virginia, February 21, 2017 —According to the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), 81 percent of students who did not finish high school say relevant, real-world learning opportunities would have kept them in school. To provide schools with even more ways to engage students in these relevant learning experiences, Fuel […]
As learning needs change, learning spaces and their design are following suit (BY LAURA DEVANEY, eSchool News) As schools depart from traditional instructional methods and environments, some education leaders are discovering how a combination of blended learning and reimagined physical learning spaces can lead to better student engagement and achievement. Redesigning physical learning spaces can lead to […]
BY KELLI HICKS, Fuel Education Teacher January 29th, 2016 One teacher learns that the secret to good online teaching is all in the approach I have heard a lot of people say that they don’t think that online schooling works well because there isn’t in-person interaction between a student and their teacher. This belief […]
Creating a space for project-based learning, tutoring and discussion to supplement the rigorous curriculum provided by Fuel Education has helped students at Springs Studio for Academic Excellence achieve more. Rachel Quetti · January 7, 2016 Springs Studio for Academic Excellence doesn’t operate like most K-12 schools. Formerly known as Falcon Virtual Academy, Springs Studio, located […]
New end-to-end program enables schools and districts to offer students courses, tools, and exam and workforce preparation for multiple career pathway certifications necessary to succeed in both college and career Herndon, Virginia, February 1, 2016 – The new global economy is craving highly skilled workers to fill high-demand jobs. According to the Georgetown Center on Education […]
In its new series, “Research: Outcomes of Blended/Online Learning Programs,” the Evergreen Education Group takes an in-depth look at successful programs across the nation to examine the best practices that have created tangible results. This first study features FuelEd client PSD Global Academy in Fort Collins, Colorado. Click here to download the paper: FuelEd Academic Outcomes […]
Observer-Reporter August 23, 2015 By Francesca Sacco Staff writer George Lammay, right, assistant superintendent and cyberschool lead facilitator at Bentworth School District, and David Schreiber, principal of Bentworth Middle School, go over the district’s new cyberschool curriculum Thursday. Bentworth Assistant Superintendent George Lammay is feeling both frustrated and hopeful as the new school year is […]