Yes. FrenalyticsEDU content is developed by our in-house team of licensed teachers – including secondary special education for students with moderate to severe disabilities – with reference to established standards and assessment tools.
Academic sections within FrenalyticsEDU, where applicable, align with the Common Core State Standards. Here are a few examples:
Some academic sections in FrenalyticsEDU go beyond the scope of what Common Core Standards cover (e.g., US Money).
As life skills are not standards covered by Common Core, life skills sections within FrenalyticsEDU, where applicable, correlate to domains evaluated in the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales (VABS) published by Pearson. Here are a few examples:
Disclaimer: Content available within FrenalyticsEDU should be considered as supplemental instruction to an already-established curriculum. For diploma-bound students, FrenalyticsEDU is not a suitable replacement for grade-level instruction and may not serve as a sufficient scaffolding mechanism. Referenced standards and VABS domains in this article have not been validated by their respective organizations and have no affiliation with Frenalytics or its partners. While we do our best to provide accurate information, Frenalytics and its partners do not guarantee the completeness or correctness of this guidance.
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