Vantage Learning to bring adaptive learning to California charter schools
In an effort to help identify opportunities for intervention, drive instructional decisions and deliver differentiated instruction, two California charter management organizations are working with educational technology leader Vantage Learning to bring Adaptive Learning Environments™ and a customizable data management system to their approximately 70 sites.
Options for Youth and Opportunities for Learning will use the Vantage Accountability Solution with nearly 17,000 students in grades seven–12. Comprised of three primary platforms — the Student Progress Monitoring System®, MY Access!® and iSEEK™ Supercruncher — the Vantage Accountability Solutionimproves school and student achievement through its advanced technology and proven best practices.
“As a school serving a large number of at-risk groups, we want to do a better job measuring student learning and using the data to improve our program,” said Jesse Noonan, Director of Educational Programs from OFL, headquartered in Pasadena, Ca. “We believe these tools from Vantage Learning will further our efforts to monitor school objectives, teacher efficacy and student progress, as well as help us modify our curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of all our students.”
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