Credit Recovery Defined
According to the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, “Credit Recovery is a term used to describe a wide variety of educational strategies and programs that give high school students who have lost credit in a class the opportunity to redo coursework or retake a course through alternate means—and thereby avoid failure and earn academic credit.”
NDCDE Credit Recovery courses are designed to be completed in one semester (20-weeks). Credit Recovery courses are not eligible for purchased extensions.
All Credit Recovery courses can be found in NDCDE online store's Credit Recovery Section.