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Companies partner to offer college readiness solutions

Kaplan K12 Learning Services and ScholarCentric™ have joined forces to offer an expanded portfolio of college readiness solutions.
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Kaplan K12 Learning Services and ScholarCentric™ have joined forces to offer an expanded portfolio of college readiness solutions. 

ScholarCentric’s research-based offerings for schools and districts include assessments and curricula for addressing the key social-emotional skills that are critical prerequisites to successful learning, including connections with educators, academic confidence, and intrinsic motivation.

ScholarCentric’s programs complement Kaplan’s offerings for schools and districts, which include teacher resources to support rigorous, differentiated instruction and assessment; test readiness options for the PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP exams; skill-building lessons to deepen students’ knowledge of curriculum content and to teach critical thinking; as well as programs to guide students through the college admissions process. 

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