The Commonwealth of Virginia

The Landscape — Before Copia

Prior to the use of Copia Class, Virginia's K-12 schools struggled to provide convenient access to a wide range of digital content and supplementary materials. Educators often found it challenging to identify appropriate, standards-based content for use in their classes. Teachers had to search through multiple databases or publishing sources to identify content for use in their classes, and it wasn't always clear which sources were in line with Commonwealth standards. With the implementation of Copia Class, educators will have access to a single "one-stop-shop" where they can access high-quality, standards-aligned, interactive content to meet the needs of their students.

 

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Copia Class breaks down barriers to power Virginia's state-of-the-art digital content marketplace.

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Our Solution

With the use of Copia Class, the Commonwealth of Virginia has developed a centralized marketplace for all digital education content used in Virigina's K-12 schools. Teachers and students across Virginia have one convenient place to access content from top publishers — all aligned with the Virginia Standards of Learning. This single platform makes it easy for educators to search for, identify, and distribute the best content to support the needs of their students across all grade levels.

Copia has partnered with leading educational publishers and content providers to provide a wide variety of robust content and supplementary materials. All content is provided through Copia Class, an interactive digital learning platform that fosters student engagement and success.

Copia Class provides powerful tracking capabilities that makes it possible for the Commonwealth to see content usage trends across divisions and to track student performance and outcomes while adhering to privacy requirements. The solution gives visibility into student progress, making it simple for educators to identify learning gaps and to provide proactive support and supplementary learning materials. Students are able to engage more dynamically with each other and with their teachers, all within the context of the course content — contributing to an interactive, immersive learning experience.