eTAP Teaching Assistance Program is a premiere site for online personalized instruction designed specifically to maximize student learning. Our quality K-12 curriculum is clearly different from other programs. Comprehensive - eTAP provides a full K-12 mathematics, language arts, social studies, and science curriculum, as well as test preparation for the GED, SAT, ACT, ASVAB, a variety of states’ high school exit exams, and much more. All consolidated on our easy-to-use eTAP website!
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Our mission is to bring quality personalized education to children throughout the country
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A Comprehensive Program with all subjects and grades + Test Prep.
Quality Content aligned to national and state standards.
Success for all Learning Styles by promoting active learners selecting from multimodal resources.
Self-Paced Instruction where all advance at their own speed of mastery.
Records of student test progress, transcripts, and diploma are provided.
Assessments for students to find the lessons they need to learn at each grade level.
User-friendly Interface for use by all ages and levels of computer experience. Video - How to Use eTAP
An Affordable family cost of $39 per month that includes use for all your students with access to all grade levels and subjects plus test prep.
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