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S E R V I C E Highly trained, certified teachers to support your online or blended learning program FuelEd Instructor Qualifications • Certified in the state where they teach • Bachelor's degree or higher • Certified in the content area they teach • Extensive training in online education FuelEd Teacher Responsibilities • Provide targeted feedback • Attend regular, internal, data-specific meetings • Take data-driven action to improve student performance • Respond to email and voice mail within 24 hours, Monday through Friday • Grade assignments within 72 hours, Monday through Friday Technical Support for Students Your students have access to live technical support so that they can connect online to get the help they need with a single click seven days a week. Fuel Education teachers use an individualized approach to instruction that builds relationships and motivates students to strive for excellence. Certified and Trained in Online Instruction Fuel Education employs certified teachers with extensive training in online teaching strategies, technology platforms, and the FuelEd curriculum portfolio. All FuelEd teachers hold a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited university or college. What's more, our teachers are part of the FuelEd instructional team, which is an AdvancED accredited institution. Meeting Your Needs FuelEd teachers are a cost-effective way to fill a temporary position or provide a permanent online teaching solution. We can quickly fill needs in your teaching staff in these areas: • Low-enrollment courses • Career-building electives • Courses with teachers in short supply • Sabbaticals or long-term absences • Hospitalized and homebound students • Credit recovery courses • Advanced Placement ® courses • World language courses • Career and technical education • STEM courses • Remedial and foundation courses • Blended learning labs • Alternative learning programs "I want to thank you for being my government teacher. I really appreciate all your comments!" —Emily, a high school student in the Bend-La Pine School District in Oregon, in a letter to her Fuel Education teacher Fuel Education now offers a new academic mentoring service designed to help students navigate courses, stay engaged, and make continuous progress in all their classes. Contact us to learn more about this add-on service.

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