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CASE STUDIES

PARTNER DISTRICTS

FEBRUARY FEATURE

Jefferson Parish Schools began with Elevate K-12 in September 2020 with an ELA course for 8th grade honors students. The ELA course in Jefferson Parish is unique given that instructors meet with a varied number of students from ten different school sites streaming into the class simultaneously. Majority of the classes have students logging in from home, while a small selection of students opted to remain in the classroom. During the course of the first semester, Elevate K-12 tracked data in the following categories to determine successes and challenges as students were working in an at home instructional environment: student attendance, student participation and student test scores.

REMOTE SUCCESS

Jefferson Parish Schools, LA

120k+

Students Impacted

20%+

Average Test Score Increase

2,000+

Live Online Teachers in Network

"Elevate K-12 has allowed us to have a highly effective teacher in the classroom versus having someone who is less effective. This means our teachers are providing our students with high quality instruction and that's what we're here for."

Ken Dyer | Superintendent

Dougherty County School District, GA

SUPERINTENDENTS ARE RAVING ABOUT ELEVATE K-12!

OTHER DISTRICTS THRIVING WITH ELEVATE

Waukegan School District

Illinois

Grade:

6-12 Grade

Subject:

Science, Math & Spanish

Elevate K-12 Impact:

11% increase in test scores and 6% increase in attendance highlight the growth of the students.

Jefferson Parish Schools

Louisiana

Grade:

8th Grade

Subject:

ELA

Elevate K-12 Impact:

11% increase in test scores and a near perfect participation rating display remote success over the semester.

Sacred Heart Catholic School

Texas

Grade:

10th & 11th Grade

Subject:

Spanish

Elevate K-12 Impact:

94% average test score and attendance in the high 80's show these students are ready for the real world.

Lee County High School

Georgia

Grade:

9th Grade

Subject:

Math

Elevate K-12 Impact:

Average test score of 84% and a participation increase of 14% contributed to the students success in the program.