Suggested Use

  • After School Program: 
    • Provide lab access for students. 
    • Alternate content-specific teachers to assist students with their individual needs.
    • Assign a site coordinator to monitor student progress and proctor post-tests, final exams, and GA Milestone EOCs (for public school students only)

  • Intersession Program: 
    • Vacation periods between semesters and throughout the school year can be used for students to spend the entire day working on the program. 
    • Have content-specific teachers available to answer questions and assist students.
    • The credit recovery site coordinator must be present to proctor and reset post-tests.

  • Summer School Program: 
    • Credit recovery summer programs function similarly to that of a regular summer school program.
    • Seat time requirements are waived, so students may be able to complete the material before the summer school session ends.

Any method that meets The Georgia Credit Recovery program requirements/guidelines is acceptable for credit recovery. Schools may find that a combination of methods works best for many students. Students needing to take more than one unit of credit recovery may need more supervision.