Providing the Foundations for Success
- Self Paced Lessons
- Media Rich Content
- Differentiated Instruction
- Varied Assignments
The Lincoln Interactive curriculum is designed to meet the needs of every student. We provide the equivalent of 180 days in instruction that can be completed at a student's own pace. Lincoln Interactive offers more than 250 courses. Core subjects include math, language arts, science, and social studies. Students can also choose from a wide range of electives. Each course uses a variety of online and hands-on approaches to accommodate different types of learners. Students have the opportunity to experience web casts, PowerPoint presentations, experiments, videos, games, and more.
The National Network of Digital Schools, which designs, develops, and delivers Lincoln Interactive courses, has received accreditation from AdvancED. We are proud to hold this distinction; it reinforces our efforts to achieve and maintain organizational quality.
Through our relationship with the Tri-State Area School Study Council of the University of Pittsburgh, all courses are subject to a three-tier audit process to evaluate the quality of content, collect and analyze student feedback, and study student achievement and performance.
All Lincoln Interactive core high school courses have been approved by the NCAA Eligibility Center. This organization establishes academic standards that student athletes must meet in order to compete in intercollegiate athletics.
The National Network of Digital Schools works with Academic Benchmarks, the recognized leader in K-12 standards management solutions, to align all Lincoln Interactive courses with the standards set by all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the DoDEA.
Varied and frequent assessments have been incorporated into the Lincoln Interactive curriculum to accommodate students who learn in different ways. In each course, students take multiple lesson exams per unit. They also take mid-unit and unit exams to highlight key concepts.
Standards & Alignment
Our core courses are aligned to standards in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Standards alignment is based on learner objectives for each state. Lincoln Interactive courses are aligned with national standards established by the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA).