Live from NECC: Eight New H.S. Courses

CompassLearning, provider of K–12 education software, announced today an update to their Odyssey software. With this update, Odyssey High School introduces eight new high school courses.
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News from the National Educational Computing Conference:

CompassLearning, provider of K–12 education software, announced today an update to their Odyssey software. With this update, Odyssey High School introduces eight new high school courses: English III, English IV, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Chemistry, Physics, U.S. History I (to 1850), World History.

Odyssey High School supports secondary mainstream, credit recovery, and intervention students with challenging and engaging curricula. The company’s challenging curriculum includes individual and group learning, critical thinking, and writing, and encourages students to collaborate, problem solve, synthesize ideas, and analyze information.

For more information, visit www.compasslearning.com.

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