Will I get Spanish with my edition or do I have to purchase a license separately?

Spanish is included as part of the base package for our Common Core 6-8, Algebra 1 programs.

For the 20222023 school year, only student-facing content (for both teachers and students) will be translated into Spanish for our National editions.

For our other editions, we’ll have partial Spanish support for student content:

  • New York 6-8, Algebra 1 (more than 70 percent of it’s content will be translated into Spanish during the 2022-2023 school year)

  • Indiana: Supplemental lessons won’t be available in Spanish

  • Tennessee: Supplemental lessons won’t be available in Spanish

The rest of the student-facing Spanish content will be translated throughout this year.

Teacher-facing Spanish content will be available for the 2023-2024 school year.

When will Spanish translations be available?

The majority of the first volume of each course in Spanish will be released August of 2022, and the second volume of each course will be released for 2022.

Can I make changes to the digital slides or add my own slides?

Not at this time, but this functionality is on our road map for future school years. For now, use your teacher tools such as selecting and removing slides using presentation sync and your own outside resources to add or modify a digital lesson.

How can I track student progress over time?

Teachers can track student progress by using the Reporting application. There are two different reports: the Unit Performance Report and Standards Reports. These allow teachers to review performance by unit for assessments, practice, and exit tickets as well as view progress and performance by standards.

How do students track their progress over time?

Students can review, edit, resubmit, and print out any submitted work on the My Work space. To navigate there, students should see the “My Work” link from the top navigation menu or they can find it in the Programs and Apps menu on the top navigation.

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