As the pandemic grips America, we can work together to keep every student on track to college and career. We offer an engaging, effective, and affordable educational experience—while ensuring the safety of your children and their teachers.


Cadence Learning seeks organization, school, and system leaders who are eager to provide their students with a high-quality distance learning experience that empowers local teachers to focus intently on students' academic and social success.

Cadence Learning is a not-for-profit, philanthropically funded entity. Our objective is to offer an exceptional virtual experience at an exceptionally low cost. We are offering the fall semester program for free for schools and districts enrolling fewer than 5000 students, and highly subsidized for those with larger enrollment, to ensure that affordability is never a barrier to accessing this unique educational opportunity.

Join us in

  • Offering dynamic, highly effective teaching and ambitious curricula to students everywhere,

  • Supplementing this targeted coursework with lively enrichment activities in the arts, movement, and recreation,

  • Creating a virtual community where children feel heard, valued, connected, and successful, and where curiosity and joy are fostered,

  • Mitigating learning gaps and equipping students with the essential skills for the new school year, and

  • Exposing students, parents, and teachers to mentor teachers—and the proven instructional practices that have closed achievement gaps in America’s highest performing schools.

Cadence Learning in action

See our solutions

Learn how Cadence Learning can help you deliver exceptional remote learning this summer.

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Cadence Learning

Cadence Learning is a not-for-profit, philanthropically funded organization. At no cost to partner districts and organizations, we will

  • Create and deliver high-impact ELA and math curricula

  • Offer vibrant and engaging enrichment programs

  • Provide high quality training to partner teachers before and throughout the program

  • Lead twice-weekly partner PD focused on Intellectual Preparation and Analysis of Student Work

  • Recruit the best mentor teachers in the country—or help you identify and train your own

  • Ensure the core technology and operational infrastructure are sound and support the programmatic requirements

  • Conduct pre- and post-assessments to measure impact

  • Raise philanthropic funds so that you can access this programming affordably in a time of budget cuts

Partner organizations

You will

  • Shape the length of your student day and determine your virtual class schedule

  • Offer, at your choice, additional courses beyond our three core critical-thinking classes, using our mentor/partner teacher model

  • Sustain your tech platform—or adopt ours (Zoom for Education, G Suite, and Google Classroom)

  • Assign and manage your distance learning teachers

  • Ensure that all teachers attend required grade-level professional development provided by Cadence Learning (2 times a week)

  • Ensure students have required technology and access to the internet

Roadmap to launch

We can support you with all the tools to prepare for launch, at any time during the year

Professional development

All partner teachers will receive exceptional professional development. Teachers will receive

  • a training institute in the specific progressive pedagogies of the program delivered asynchronously, on your schedule

  • for 45-minutes twice a week, they will join a national grade team meeting to engage in intellectual preparation and student work analysis to prepare deeply for the week’s teaching.

Tech requirements

Partner teacher and student requirements

  • A computer with a camera and a broadband internet connection (for example, ChromeBook)

Technology stack

  • Sustain your tech platform—or adopt ours (Zoom for Education, G Suite, and Google Classroom)

Partner with us

Interested in becoming a partner organization?

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