Engaging Students to Drive their Own Performance

Engagement in Action

Teachers Agree: Engaged Students Learn Better.

Engaged students do more and better work. They take ownership over their learning. They participate both in and out of class. They achieve higher academic results, and can improve self-esteem. Helping students engage in their learning is a top priority.

We support teachers worldwide with the resources and tools they need to engage students effectively.

What teachers are saying

“I love my students but I don’t get enough time to mentor them well. Opportunity Education’s resources give me time back to work with them one on one.“

“I know Opportunity Education is there to support me in being a better teacher, and that gives me the courage to try new things, ask for help from their knowledgeable staff, and to push myself and my students to grow.“

“I use Feedback Forward in my classroom daily. It’s easy to use, the insights are valuable, and the my students’ engagement has improved dramatically.“

Our resources and tools help you engage your students and upgrade your skills – now.

Interactive. Downloadable. Customizable. Printable.

Engaging students in active learning requires skills and time. Our resources include classroom templates you can use immediately, interactive tools to manage and improve student engagement in your classes, and high-quality professional learning courses you can complete for credit on your own time.

All of our resources and tools are designed from the ground up to help you engage your students deeply in their learning, while spending less time on prep and administrative tasks.

Lesson Planning Resources & Tools

Lesson plans, templates, skill builders, and active learning projects to help you engage you students and drive performance.

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Professional Learning & Development

Flexible, self-paced courses and activities to help you discover new strategies and upgrade your skills.

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Feedback ForwardTM

Give actionable feedback faster to help your students learn from their work, and easily track engagement and other behavioral measures.

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IN SCHOOLS

 

Charter High Schools

We’re excited to partner with Academica in their Florida and Nevada schools. We will also open open three new charter schools with Academica in central Florida in the 2024-25 school year. Learn More

 

Quest Forward Academies

We’re proud to support two independent high schools that show how students succeed in and beyond high school when they own their learning, engage deeply, and learn daily from teacher feedback. Learn More

 


Key Partners

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Who we are

Opportunity Education is a non-profit organization founded by entrepreneur and philanthropist Joe Ricketts. We support teachers with lesson planning resources, interactive teaching tools, and professional development trainings. All of our materials are designed to help teachers engage students in active, student-driven learning.

Our tools are easy to implement, highly customizable, and can be tailored to most subject matters. Their flexible design saves teachers time, and they can be easily integrated into existing curricula and education technology solutions. 

Our tools and methods are used in schools around the world, and have been proven to help students develop the skills they need to succeed in school and life.

 


Subscriptions for Schools and Districts

Want to offer our resources and tools to all teachers in your school and district, and gain valuable analytics insights across students and classes?

Contact us to learn more about how we can help improve student performance in your district.

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