Achieve3000’s solutions were developed using the latest research on accelerating and deepening learning. Numerous studies have proven their effectiveness.
This report relies on internal Achieve3000 Literacy usage and Lexile data as well as IAR ELA data for 5,245 students in grades 4-8 from Fall 2018 and Spring 2019.
In January 2014, Achieve3000 and Carlsbad Unified School District started a partnership in which the Achieve3000 Literacy platform would be available to the students for literacy acceleration. After several successful years of usage, Carlsbad and Achieve3000 initiated a study to
Achieve3000’s brand-new rapid intervention solution, Achieve Intensive, was piloted as part of a large urban school district’s summer program during the summer of 2016 for students in 3rd, 6th and 8th grades. This summer program specifically targeted students who performed
Student records from the Actively Learn and Achieve3000 Literacy databases were merged to produce an analytical file containing 17,285 individual student records. Data were then analyzed to examine the relationship between Actively Learn usage and improvements in reading ability.
Seventy-five percent of students in Aldine, Texas are identified as at-risk for dropping out of school according to state criteria. Despite challenges, they nearly tripled the number of RtI students passing the STAAR in one year. See their results here.
Following the 2017-2018 school year, Achieve3000 conducted an analysis of Bay District Schools students’ performance on the NWEA MAP (Grades K-2) and the Florida State Assessment for English language arts (FSA ELA) (Grades 4-10) tests in relation to students’ usage