Giving Students the EDGE they need to Succeed!

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Concordia’s Learning Edge program is available to all students (grades K-8) for reading, math, writing and organizational skills, utilizing many different modalities and strategies for learning. Our program is individually tailored to students; whether providing critical thinking activities in math or the opportunity to become a “published” author in The Writers’ Workshop, the services provided by the Learning Edge are part of our team approach to learning. 

Our AAA Approach to Learning

ACHIEVE (skills remediation)

Students receive one-on-one or small group tutoring designed to help them strengthen the specific skills needed to consistently succeed in the classroom.

ADVANCE (Modified Curriculum and/or Accommodations)


Students begin work in a subject at their current level of mastery and progress at an individualized pace in the Learning Edge or regular classroom, with expectations modified and/or accommodations in place to encourage success. This may include a reduced workload or the opportunity for students to demonstrate what they know in a different way. Students exit the program when they are consistently demonstrating grade level achievement as measured by MAP assessment.

ACCELERATE (Free to Fly)

Students engage in independent study that is self-paced at a much faster rate than the pace of the regular classroom. These learners are assisted, monitored, and assessed through the Learning Edge, moving quickly through material that allows them to learn at levels beyond their current grade placement. There is no limit to how far they can go!

Services provided by the Learning Edge are free to all of our families as it is part of our team approach to learning.

Learning Edge Opportunities

  • Grades K, 1 and 2

    • Reading enrichment activities one to two days per week

  • Grades 3-5
    • Critical thinking and problem solving in math enrichment groups
    • Writers’ Workshop in writing enrichment groups
  • Grades K-5

  • Grades K-8
    • IXL Math individualized online math skills program
  • Grades 4– 8

    • Small group individualized math for students who need additional support or acceleration

  • Grades K-8
    • Support, education, and accommodation for sensory integration dysfunction, autism spectrum disorder, ADD/ADHD and other learning differences

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