Access LaunchThe Voice of Virtual Learning In Missouri
Access Launch magazine tells the stories of Launch students, Launch teachers and Launch partner districts. Each issue contains in-depth student Q&As, teacher and partner district profiles and success stories, all from Missouri students and teachers working with Launch. The magazine is published three times per year and shared with Launch liaisons and administrators statewide.
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At Launch, we know offering quality content is only one part of the puzzle—learn how we have worked to best support districts and families both through the thick of the pandemic and today. Continued Flexibility. When all students were ...0
Developing K-5 programming was always a part of Launch’s plan—the COVID-19 pandemic moved it up on the timeline. “Once the pandemic began, we realized pretty quickly that there would be a need for a full-time elementary learning opti...0
When schools closed as a result of COVID-19 last spring, Launch offered free course content to partners. Now districts can use Launch content with their own teacher of record every semester. March 2020 was a month that educators will nev...0
Learn the multiple ways Nixa Public Schools uses Launch to serve its K-12 learners. Nixa Public Schools became a Launch partner district when the program began in 2017. “We have been easing into Launch the last couple of years to ... R...0
What’s your district’s plan for serving virtual learners in Spring 2021? Whether you need to meet the needs of one student or are looking for content to instruct an entire online class, we’re here to help. With 341 Missouri partner...0
The Jefferson City School District first partnered with Launch in spring 2020—today the district utilizes Launch courses in multiple ways to serve nearly 1,000 virtual learners. When the COVID-19 pandemic proved it was here to stay in ...0