Lakewood, NJ — June 15, 2010
Save the date! The East Orange School District and Achieve3000 will host an end-of-year celebration to recognize the hard work of students who have made significant improvements to their reading scores. This event will give community members an opportunity to see first-hand how the school's partnership with Achieve3000 is resulting in double-digit reading gains.
Scheduled to join Dr. Clarence C. Hoover, III, Superintendent are Troy Webster, City Ombudsman/Zoning Officer (representing Mayor Bowser), Councilwoman Alicia Holman and, and representatives from Achieve3000. Participants can learn more about the Achieve3000 reading program the students used both at the school and at home to improve their reading abilities.
Achieve3000 is the leader in online differentiated instruction, serving over one million students across the United States. Our Web-based literacy solutions are proven to increase reading comprehension and fluency, vocabulary, and writing proficiency for students in grades 2 to 12, and also for adult learners. Based on decades of scientific research, Achieve3000 solutions deliver engaging, non-fiction content that supports core curriculum, Response to Intervention, Special Education, and other instructional models. KidBiz3000® (grades 2-5), TeenBiz3000® (grades 6-8), Empower3000™ (grades 9-12), and Spark3000® (for adult learners) are aligned with Common Core State Standards for English language arts as well as individual state standards. Achieve3000 supports 21st century education initiatives across content areas and is raising student performance across the country. The company is based in Lakewood, N.J. Learn more about Achieve3000 online at http://www.achieve3000.com or call 888-968-6822.