Our curriculum teams have designed core academic curricula from U.S. History to AP Chemistry and Biology, as well as a range of SEL and advisory courses. Current and former teachers, designers, and media editors produce academic content and learning experiences for remote, blended, and classroom-based instruction.
In partnership with schools and mentorship organizations, we have authored and designed professional development and student-facing curricula to support high school students’ postsecondary transitions, including career exploration, program fit, and financial aid. Materials include asynchronous e-learning, live sessions, student materials, and lesson plans.
Our team has supported leading nonprofit organizations to transition their professional learning from in-person to remote synchronous and asynchronous e-learning for teachers and case managers providing front-line support to students, as well as coaches and classroom observers.
We have created workforce development curricula for both sector-specific hard skills and general employment competencies with a range of nonprofit partners. Industries include healthcare, nutrition, and green jobs. We have also partnered with transition-to-work programs whose clients face multiple barriers to employment, including justice-involvement.