When looking at the list of courses offered, it is important to understand the differences in titles so the right course is selected. Use the following couple of steps
- Look at the series. For example, ILP courses are MyPath whereas something with a series name of 3000 is Edgenuity's newest Courseware course.
- When looking at the course name, there might be additional information to distinguish the different versions of the courses. For the 3000-series courses, the table below shows the most common differences of the same course:
Series Added Code (end of the Name) Description 3000 IC The full-year initial credit version. These courses are typically between 90 and 100 hours. They will contain some teacher-graded activities. 3000 A-IC The first semester of the initial credit version. 3000 B-IC The second semester of the initial credit version. 3000 CR The full-year credit recovery version. These courses are typically under 80 hours and have no teacher-graded activities in them. 3000 A-CR The first semester of the credit recovery version. 3000 B-CR The second semester of the credit recovery version.