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STEM courses added to digital platform

Pearson announced the release of four new STEM courses for NovaNET®, the digital learning platform
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Education services and technology company Pearson announced today the release of four new STEM courses for NovaNET®, the company’s fully digital learning platform for students in grades 6-12 and adult learners.

By incorporating Pearson’s Prentice Hall STEM content with videos, animations, labs, interactive practice activities and embedded assessments, NovaNET personalizes learning for all students. The new courses are:

  • Physical Science
  • Earth Science
  • Chemistry
  • Algebra 1

NovaNET qualifies for federal funding in the areas of Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Title I, and School Improvement Grants. For more information about help with your grant and funding needs, visit www.fundingforschools.com

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