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Adaptive Curriculum Provides Continuity of Learning for Math and Science
eLearning Solution Ideal for H1/N1 Preparedness
Scottsdale, Ariz. – October 21, 2009 – Today Adaptive Curriculum announces a preparedness plan for
H1/N1 to assist schools with potentially large numbers of students who will need instruction at home in
math and science. Winner of nine industry awards in two years as the best online math and science
instructional solution, Adaptive Curriculum meets all the recommended strategies from the U.S.
Department of Education.
“We are using Adaptive Curriculum as an integral part of our instruction,” says Rene Castaneda, Ph.D.,
Director of Technology at Isaac School District in Phoenix, Arizona. “We know we are prepared if there
is an outbreak. Teachers can assign math and science activities online and students can complete activity
sheets and assessments and be tracked from home,” adds Castaneda.
Adaptive Curriculum online math and science activities are aligned to state and national
standards. They provide teacher guides, activity sheets, and assessments for core topics. With a
24-hour, seven days a week customer care program and web-based technology schools, teachers,
and students can have instant access to highly interactive math and science simulations.
“In the event of an H1/N1 outbreak, Adaptive Curriculum is a viable option for continuity of
learning during school closures. Available and implemented in a matter of minutes, teachers and
students have access to more than 240 web-based math and science lessons. A content rich
eLearning solution, Adaptive Curriculum fully supports Department of Education
recommendations,” said Deborah Stirling, Ph.D. Senior Director of Research and Development