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Edgenuity MyPath Integrates with Renaissance Learning’s STAR Assessments

Edgenuity and Renaissance Learning™ announced today that Renaissance Learning’s STAR Assessments™ will integrate with Edgenuity MyPath™.
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Edgenuity and Renaissance Learning™ announced today that Renaissance Learning’s STAR Assessments™ will integrate with Edgenuity MyPath™. 

Edgenuity MyPath includes instruction that ranges from the third-grade to the eleventh-grade skill level to help close gaps and prepare students for success. Results from Edgenuity’s placement exam or third-party assessments, such as STAR Assessments, are used to recommend Individualized Learning Paths, or ILPs, which are customized sequences of engaging, interactive lessons that focus on the skills and concepts that students are ready to learn. 

How the Edgenuity MyPath - STAR Assessments Integration Works

  • Import Data: Educators import student scores in math and reading from STAR Assessments into Edgenuity’s MyPath system.
  • Assign ILPs: Based on the STAR Assessments data, Edgenuity recommends ILPs that focus on the concepts and skills students need to learn. STAR Assessments-informed ILPs are aligned to the Common Core and state standards and feature direct instruction videos, interactive tasks, practice activities, and frequent checks for understanding.
  • Monitor Performance: As students work through their lessons, educators receive dynamic and detailed reports to monitor student progress. 



Classworks and Renaissance Learning Partner

Classworks, by Curriculum Advantage, Inc.and Renaissance Learning today announced a strategic partnership that will integrate Renaissance Learning’s STAR reading and math assessment data with the Classworks suite of instruction.

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