The advantages of using Compass Learning for education include its flexibility, blended format, focus on the individual student, acceleration software intervention and credit recovery program. In addition, material from Compass Learning aligns with both Common Core and state standards.
Compass Learning is adaptable to both traditional K-12 and home school environments. Its blended format consists of digital activities, videos and animations, which are tailored to appropriate age levels and complement the work of teachers by focusing on the needs of individual students. Compass Learning provides digital resources that respond to specific challenges students face within a class, such as lower levels of proficiency or skill and concept gaps. As a result, teachers can focus on general class material while simultaneously ensuring each student receives personal help.
The Compass Learning acceleration program prioritizes individual student needs. By means of custom-made digital real-time solutions and adaptive screeners, students are able to keep up with the general pace of their class. In addition, the Digital Credit Recovery option aids students who are falling behind in credits.
Compass Learning features resources in subjects such as math, English, science, social studies and electives. There are also advanced placement courses in economics, biology, calculus and government.