Red Comet announces its curriculum will fully align to Common Core State Standards by 2012
Online high school curriculum provider Red Comet has announced it is currently on a path to fully align its curriculum to the Common Core Educational Standards by 2014.
Common Core Educational Standards have been highly debated and most states have put in place plans to move towards these standards. Some states plan to adopt these standards sooner than others. Red Comet says it sees the Common Core Educational Standards as a ‘unifying’ tool that can eventually offer the same learning opportunities to all students irrespective of their geographic location or their socio-economic background.
Beginning 2014, students all over the country will be able to take Red Comet’s courses that will be fully aligned to Common Core Standards. This will ensure that the student from Arkansas is learning the same material on the Red Comet platform as the student in California.
Students throughout the country already use Red Comet’s online program that include all the core subjects as well as numerous high school electives. A variety of students use Red Comet’s online learning program – students in need of credit recovery; students attending public high schools who need additional credits to graduate; students attending private schools who are looking for electives; home school high school students etc.
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