K12 software company offers new resources, videos and product demos

 Revolution K12, provider of K12 software, has launched a new customer-experience focused website showcasing its web-based adaptive learning products.
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Revolution K12, provider of K12 software, has launched a new customer-experience focused website showcasing its web-based adaptive learning products: Algebra Readiness, Algebra I, English-Language Arts Support, CAHSEE 380, CAHSEE Intervention, and SAT test and ACT test preparation courses. The site, www.revolutionk12.com, is designed with feedback and insights from partner schools, parents, and students.

“Our goal was to create a website as diverse as our customer’s needs,” said Jake Neuberg, co-founder of Revolution K12. “We want to have an easily accessible resource for current partner schools as well as a resource for schools looking for a new solution to build student success. Our new site allows customers to view videos, get tips on funding, download product information, and hear from other schools about their best practices and successful implementations.”

Revolution K12’s web-based adaptive-learning software seeks to deepen students’ understanding, raise test scores and improves pass rates through formative assessment tools. "Mentor Session" technology enables personalized instruction for each student and real-time reporting helps facilitate differentiated instruction in the classroom.

“With Mentor Sessions, if a student gets an answer wrong he or she doesn’t just move on,” said Ramit Varma, co-founder Revolution Prep. “Instead, through a series of follow-up questions, the system actually identifies each student’s personal areas of weakness and then reteaches the fundamental skills he or she is missing. Teachers love the program because the real-time reporting gives them valuable data about each student and helps them close the achievement gap in their own classrooms.”

Since its founding in 2006, Revolution K12 has developed a suite of products designed to help students progress from basic core fundamentals to standardized state exit exams to college test prep.



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