TEL Library High School
The TEL online curriculum is available to high schools as a highly affordable solution for implementing early college high school concurrent and dual-enrollment courses. TEL offers college-credit courses in general education subjects that, where applicable, are also mapped to state education standards and AP curriculum frameworks. To facilitate implementation, TEL courses support a wide range of instructional models — self-paced, blended, and personalized learning — and we provide implementation guides to facilitate program deployment. For more information, please visit our FAQ Page.
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TEL’s college-credit curriculum is a high-quality, easy-to-implement solution offered at an extremely affordable price — $75 per course enrollment. This includes all technology, learning materials, exam proctoring, and other course administration.
Our experienced instructors and learning design team members develop high-quality curriculum for college-level general education subject areas. Our content is rigorous yet understandable and relevant across a broad spectrum of learners. It is designed to help students develop literacies and competencies they need to flourish in college and beyond.
TEL’s content design and processes allow us to create and distribute quality, affordable learning content customized to meet student needs. We use video, text, assignments, assessments, etc. to create a highly engaging user experience that incorporates all elements of course programming in one online or blended experience.
To facilitate implementation, TEL courses support a wide range of instructional models — self-paced, blended, and personalized learning — and we provide implementation guides to facilitate program deployment.
Students who complete TEL courses can obtain a transcript from our credit-granting or credit-recommendation partner to the college or university of their choice. The option to grant credit always belongs to the college or university and may also depend upon whether a course fits into a student’s degree program. We strongly encourage all students seek advising from their academic counselor or registrar to determine the applicability of the credits at the college or university of their choice. TEL’s General Education curriculum is designed to match with lower division (freshman/sophomore) core curriculum requirements at most colleges and universities. For that reason, the credits should not only be transferable, but applicable to a student’s major degree program.