Online finance, Spanish and entrepreneurship courses can now earn students high school credit
Posted: 11/21/2022 5:33:29 PM
Students trying to earn high school credits outside of the classroom can now learn Spanish, STEM entrepreneurship, and financial literacy as some new programs have been approved for the Learn Everywhere program. State.
The Learn Everywhere program, which was enacted in 2018, allows students to earn high school credits to learn outside of the classroom, such as in an after-school tutoring session or a extracurricular activity. The New Hampshire Department of Education has a list of 15 approved programs students can take for high school credit outside of school, which include subjects ranging from robotics to karate to music and electronic sports.
This month Londonderry-based Spanish NVivo was added to the list, which offers online Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and Advanced Placement courses.
“Spanish NVivo, which is available in an online format, improves access to Spanish language acquisition opportunities for students across the state. The addition of NVivo Spanish courses further increases the diversity of Learn Everywhere’s portfolio of program offerings,” said Tim Carney, educational pathways administrator for the New Hampshire Department of Education.
Nashua-based EnCube Labs is also new to the list. She teaches entrepreneurship, problem solving, solution development and applied STEM using a Zero2Maker and Zero2Entrepreneur framework. Its goal is to create entrepreneurs from underserved communities.
Additionally, FitMoney, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit, has been approved for New Hampshire grades 8-12 students and offers free online financial literacy programs.
“The New Hampshire Department of Education is excited to offer a suite of Learn Everywhere programs that provide new learning opportunities for today’s youth eager to embrace learning outside of the classroom. “said Frank Edelblut, Commissioner for Education.