Curriculum Engine launches Summer Math Initiative for High School

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Walch Education's turnkey online platform allows math students to catch up so they are ready when school reopens in the fall.

Teachers have their hands full, and this is a tailored turnkey program that requires minimal additional work on the educator’s part, yet sets students up for success when school recommences for school year 20/21.

The Curriculum Engine©, Walch Education’s innovative curriculum customization and delivery platform, announces the availability of tailored, aligned mathematics resources to help current and rising high school students prepare for next school year.

“Schools were abruptly and sadly shut down this year, and many educators and students struggled to maintain teaching and learning in a remote environment,” said Al Noyes, Walch’s CEO. “Walch’s Curriculum Engine seamlessly supports teacher-directed personalized learning and allows for rapid customization and delivery of digital and print resources. Educators and students have lost time and are at different places in their math curricula. Achievement gaps have widened. We can help them pick up where they left off and get back on track.”

Walch works closely with school districts across the United States where the “one-size-fits-all” digital and print resources offered by traditional publishers fall short of meeting the needs of their teachers and students. The Curriculum Engine’s patent pending object-oriented framework and robust, aligned courses put educators in control.

The Summer Math Initiative is comprised of 6 weekly segments, starting at the appropriate place for each student. Each segment will deliver 4–6 hours of aligned and sequential asynchronous instruction, with ample additional resources available to each student. Digital, print, and hybrid options are available to enhance equity and access.

The highly affordable Summer Math Initiative is available on a first-come-first-served basis, and in light of Walch’s commitment to fully support schools in getting up and running quickly, there is limited availability.

“We have a number of districts in the queue, and it’s critical that we give them the support they need to succeed,” Joanne Whitley, Walch’s Senior Director of Product and Professional Development noted. “Teachers have their hands full, and this is a tailored turnkey program that requires minimal additional work on the educator’s part, yet sets students up for success when school recommences for school year 20/21." For more information, please visit http://www.curriculumengine.com.

About Walch Education
Walch is a leading developer and publisher of tailored high school math curriculum. Adapted to fit the needs of each state and district partner, Walch’s proven solutions give teachers everything they need to extend and enhance student learning. The company’s patent-pending Curriculum Engine is leading the way in the new category of “Curriculum as a Service” offerings, helping teachers teach more effectively so that students can succeed. The Curriculum Engine is a unique turnkey solution, enabling school districts to rapidly support a seamless transition from classwork to remote work, and back again. For more information, please visit http://www.curriculumengine.com or call 207-772-2846.

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