Popular Curriculum Vendors

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One of the strengths of iLEAD’s program is that our learners have access to a wide variety of curriculum that is suitable for various learning styles. iLEAD’s curriculum team has worked hard to compile a list of popular vendors and curriculum recommended by staff and families for all graduation paths. You may also find many options by looking at the curriculum section on the hub. This search engine allows results to be categorized by grade, subject, and even learning styles! Additionally, a supplementary curriculum search tool was added to the hub over break. This is a great resource for apps and enrichment ideas to engage your learners. For a complete vendor listing, be sure to also utilize the vendor search tool on our website.

Additionally, elective courses are another great way for learners to prepare for their future endeavors. Through curriculum, vendors and community college courses, high schoolers can take a variety of classes in technology, animation, fashion merchandising, film editing, graphic arts, auto mechanics, industrial arts, personal finance, dance, music, robotics, photography, baking, speech and more! Please speak with your EF about your options, as we want our learners to be engaged and excited about the classes they are taking.



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