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Odysseyware supplements the MCJCS school curriculum and direct classroom instruction by offering opportunities for teachers to engage in blended learning, administer academic interventions, and in some cases assist with credit recovery. Odysseyware is a leading provider of online curriculum and eLearning solutions for charter, public, and virtual schools across the United States. With more than 30 years of experience, Odysseyware provides innovative, 21st century learning opportunities for today’s tech-savvy learners. Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, the company has effectively revolutionized online education by offering a multimedia-enriched curriculum for grades 3-12.
Founded on research-based educational models, Odysseyware’s curriculum reaches digital natives and specific students who are challenged within the constraints of the traditional classroom. With the accelerated use of technology, the company enhanced their curriculum to include an increasing number of interactive and Internet-based features. Today, the company offers students a customizable, web-based curriculum accessible from anywhere at any time.
Not sure if Odysseyware is the right fit for a specific student? Follow this flowchart to learn more.
The rich data from i-Ready Assessment empowers teachers with a deeper knowledge of their students’ needs. Based on industry leading research into assessment design and backed by extensive validity evidence, sophisticated data is transformed into meaningful, actionable insights that make differentiating instruction a reality for teachers. A suite of intuitive reports provide a common language through which both teachers and administrators can work toward the shared goal of student achievement. The i-Ready Assessment suite:
To accelerate growth, educators must do the hard work of helping every student address learning gaps while also enabling all students to access grade-level learning.
i-Ready Learning’s instructional resources help educators accelerate growth and grade-level learning. These tools provide rigorous and motivating reading and mathematics instruction that:
Students are assessed upon their placement and assessed again periodically during the school year in order to progress monitor their academic growth and to guide instruction as students prepare to transition back to their community school programs.
Students within MCJC schools are expected to follow a standard middle and high school programming. However, in very certain situations, we may make an exception to support individual students in pursuing a GED. Students that are accepted onto the GED track must meet the following qualifications:
Note that students will not be unenrolled from their respective high schools even if on this track. Work completed will count towards high school credits earned, should the student ultimately choose to pursue a high school diploma instead of a GED.
Likewise, the GED test will not be administered by MCJC schools. The student will be connected with a GED testing center upon their release from the facility and they may qualify for a voucher covering the cost of the test. Transition coordinators, listed on the Transition page, may be contacted for additional information regarding voucher availability.
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