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Graduation Alliance’s Quality Matters Course Template Accepted with No Changes

  • Joanna
  • June 4, 2020

Jeffrey Kissinger Vice President of Learning and Innovation – Graduation Alliance Graduation Alliance is committed to serving the needs of each individual learner and excels at enabling even the most at-risk student populations to succeed. This starts with exceptionally-designed courses and curriculum. Some of the unique aspects to Graduation Alliance’s curriculum and instructional design processes

New Adult Diploma Launch

  • Joanna
  • February 4, 2020

As the new decade begins, Graduation Alliance is blazing a new trail in Colorado for adults. Graduation Alliance has been named one of the providers for the Colorado’s Workforce Diploma Pilot Program, which is helping Colorado residents who are at least 21 years of age to pursue a high school diploma and explore 10 pathways

A Milestone in The Hoosier State

  • Joanna

The first graduate of the Indiana Workforce Diploma program didn’t know she was a trailblazer. She’d enrolled in the free, accredited, online program after learning that a high school credential she’d earned a long time ago wasn’t from an accredited school. “It was a shock, for sure, and a real setback,” Jamie said. But as

Online Company First To Receive State Reimbursement Funds

  • Joanna
  • August 21, 2019

WFYI Indianapolis, August 20, 2019 – An online learning company will soon be given state funding to help adults get their high school diploma. It’s the first organization approved to receive grant money from the Workforce Diploma Reimbursement fund. The Governor’s Workforce Cabinet approved reimbursements for Graduation Alliance up to $6,750 for each eligible Hoosier

The pill and the placebo: What everyone needs to know about diplomas and GEDs

  • Joanna
  • June 27, 2019

Let’s say there were two different pills before you. People who take the first pill are less likely to suffer from heart disease, heart attack, cancer and diabetes. Taking it is associated with a 50 percent reduction in the rates of emphysema and liver disease. It has even been shown that people on this pill

A fully staffed summer school program — without the cost

  • Joanna
  • May 21, 2019

Some are motivated students who have fallen behind in a single course due to illness, injury or another temporary situation. Others need multiple courses to get back on track. Still others need intensive intervention. At Graduation Alliance, we know that there is no one-size-fits-all summer school. That’s why we work with school districts across the

Don’t let students start summer on a low note!

  • Joanna

Kelly had fallen behind. Not just in one class, but in three. The embarrassment of what had happened was bad enough. But now she was dealing with the anxiety of being “behind.” Do you know a student like Kelly? Whether your students need to make up a single class or they need to make up

Let us do Summer School for you

  • Joanna

Li wasn’t a bad student. She just had a hard time with algebra. As a result, she found herself at the end of her freshman year without the original credit she needed to stay on track for graduation. One problem: There weren’t enough students who needed algebra to warrant a summer school class. That’s where

You can make summer count for students who are behind

  • Joanna
  • May 17, 2019

Research shows that summer school programs that provide individualized instruction are more effective than those that do not. Many school districts, however, lack the resources to provide content, instructional technology, and pace of learning that are based upon the abilities and interest of each learner. Online learning programs that offer one-size-fits-all courses won’t help —

There are lots of jobs out there. But are we helping students align their interests to their opportunities?

  • Joanna
  • March 7, 2019

Hundreds of job seekers participated in a construction trades job fair in West Virginia recently. Over in Michigan, more than 4,000 people swarmed a similar event. And in Ohio, one employer lamented than despite heavy interest from interested applicants “we’re dying for workers.” There’s a construction boom happening. Employers across the country are trying to