We have experience partnering with educators and districts in all 50 states to improve student outcomes in any blended learning environment.
Carver Elementary in Yuma, Arizona needed to invest their Title I dollars during a period of tight budgets to provide teachers and students with resources aimed at meeting the Common Core standards.Read More
English learners were not progressing into general education classes as quickly as needed to ensure they were successful after high school. The district was looking for a way to teach English learners subject area content knowledge while filling in their gaps in English language vocabulary and comprehension.Read More
In 2012, when Bloomingdale School District was moving to a new national assessment exam, their supervisor of curriculum at the time, Kristine Duldo, was uncertain about how well the district would be able to prepare students for the change from the NJASK (NJ Assessment of Skills and Knowledge) exam to the new Common Core-aligned PARCC examRead More
Marlboro Township Public Schools is located in an affluent region that is known for its high performing school system. With so many competitive elementary and middle school districts located close-by, there is a lot of competition for students seeking acceptance to the county’s vocational schools for specialized education in high-demand occupational fields such as bio-technology, medical sciences, and engineering.Read More
West Broward High School was looking for a solution to help students who are part of the lowest quartile of learners, with scores of level one or two on the Florida State Assessment, improve their scores and demonstrate growth in reading and English language arts. At the start of the 2017 school year, West Broward began a school-wide initiative with the aim to increase learning gains by 3% as compared to the previous year for the lowest quartile students.Read More
For thirty years, The Immokalee Foundation has been serving the children of
Immokalee, Florida—one of the nation’s largest migrant communities. The Foundation’s
after-school program is designed to empower students and change lives. With a focus on
education and development of life skills, it offers students the resources and support they need to
succeed in the classroom and beyond.
Canyon Ridge High School is a Title 1 school with 1,310 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher
ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 22 percent of students are at least proficient in math and 54 percent in reading. 7 percent of students are enrolled in AP and 85 percent graduate from high school. 42 percent of students qualify for free and reduced lunch. 11 percent of students are learning English as a new language—Canyon Ridge serves all high-school level refugees and newcomer immigrants in their district.
Wendover High School is a Title 1 school with 200 students in grades 7-12. According to 2019 state test
scores, 32 percent of students are proficient in math and 28 percent are proficient in reading.