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We work with money every day, but where do we learn to become financially literate? For many, it results through trial and error as adults. A new program by Junior Achievement, supported by American Honda Finance, called JA Personal Finance has been demonstrated to not only improve students understanding of financial concepts, but also influences behaviors related to responsible money management.
We invite you to explore the Featured White Paper and additional resources below which provide an insight to the critical need for financial literacy education.
Schools are moving to mobile-first digital learning environments. Wi-Fi and network infrastructure that were designed for coverage and connectivity are woefully inadequate to connect every student, device and classroom.
Explore these resources to discover how Aruba solutions deliver the scale, reliability and intelligence needed to promote mobile learning in Primary Education Schools.
Unlike other credit recovery courses, Fuel Education has built courses from the ground up to support learners who may need additional motivation and remediation. We have created a motivational, self‐paced learning environment with embedded social‐emotional learning support, and growth‐mindset approach to help students reframe their struggles as opportunities for future success.
FuelEd’s Credit Recovery courses are designed for students who did not pass a course initially but learned enough to make a complete repetition of the course unnecessary. With our diagnostic‐driven model, students can test out of the material they previously mastered in a course so they can focus on the more difficult concepts they missed the first time around.
The importance of a positive, high-performing school culture cannot be overstated. It is the number one factor in attracting a talented team, delivering an effective learning environment, and building a stronger community.
Are you keeping up with the needs of the modern workforce? Are your students getting the best possible education from the most skilled and passionate people? It may be time to rethink the K-12 career experience. Explore these resources to learn how you can help foster a better culture in your school and district.
The Houghton Mifflin Harcourt® vision of English Language Arts (ELA) is to provide a comprehensive definition of what it means to be a literate person in the 21st-century. Our goal is to help administrators, educators, parents, and students achieve that vision.
Explore this resource center to learn how HMH ELA programs can help ensure that every student has the critical reading and writing skills that are necessary to meet the demands of college and career life in our complex digital age.
The ability to speak more than one language opens up a world of opportunity...for access to higher learning, career advancement, cross-cultural insights and explorations, and even, as research has shown, to enhanced brain power. Explore this Leveraging Biliteracy resource center to discover the dynamic, relevant learning environments HMH provides that will enable all language learners to communicate effectively in a second language.