Let us provide the technology, content, and training to help your district develop its own Virtual Program!
Our Partnership Courses program allows districts to expand their online course options to address the unique challenges within their district using local teachers. Districts may choose to enter a partnership agreement by purchasing enrollments in a select number of Quality Matters certified courses. We provide the technology, content, and training while the district provides its own teacher(s). This structure supports districts that are developing their own virtual program and provides districts with more local control over how these virtual programs are implemented.
Featuring a catalog of nationally recognized Quality Matters certified courses, fully aligned with NC Standards.
Expand classroom digital resources and the reach of highly effective teachers across multiple schools.
Includes the NCVirtual learning management system, registration system, and support through our Virtual Support Center and Peer Tutoring Center.
Here’s how it works:
Your designated district administrator selects local teachers to be trained by our staff in the best practices of online instruction. The teachers then gain access to our NC Standards-aligned course content and are able to begin teaching online across your district. Students are registered on our registration system. Courses are taught on Canvas – NCVirtual’s Learning Management System. Your teachers and district administrator have access to our Virtual Support System and students receive access to our Peer Tutoring Center and Virtual Buddies program.
“We are pleased with the way the Partnership courses are completely aligned to NC state standards. Other programs did not have a curriculum that was robust enough to support student learning. This was confirmed by their results on End-of-course tests and NC Final Exams. We are excited to have this option and what it has meant for our math teacher. NCVirtual Partnership Courses will continue to be our primary course platform for our students.”