Idaho Digital Learning Alliance is now offering ELA/Math for K-6 classes!
Due to high demand, limited seats are available. Please contact your local district for enrollment information.
Schools utilizing IDLA course options retain their Average Daily Attendance (ADA) and at-risk funding.
What support will IDLA provide districts who enroll students in the IDLA elementary program?
- A certified teacher
- Research-based curriculum in ELA and Math aligned to Idaho Content Standards
- Technical support for parents and students
- Parent/Student Orientation
- Training and support for the site coordinator
- ISEE data exports for ADA reports (to allow districts to submit to the state for funding).
- Regular progress reports to the school/parent with student achievement data
What district support is required for students enrolled in the IDLA elementary program?
- Identify school staff to serve as site coordinator at each school where students will be enrolled to facilitate registration and communication
- Partner with IDLA to support students who have formal education plans such as an IEP or 504
- Take academic achievement information provided by IDLA and transcribe grades according to district policy and report card procedures
- Provide hands-on supplies (math manipulatives, small books, etc.)
- Work with parents to ensure students have a compatible device and Internet access prior to start of class
What parent support is needed for students learning at home?
- Parents must complete an orientation prior to students gaining access to course materials
- Work with local school to ensure student has access to a compatible device and Internet services
- Parents must log their younger students in each day or ensure that they can log in on their own.
- Assist students with navigation and learning support as needed
- Parents should communicate frequently with their teacher