At Achieve3000, we know that when it comes to unlocking student potential, we are all in this together. That’s why we rely on the help and support of our many valuable partners.
The Center for College & Career Readiness is a non-profit organization focused on leveraging leading research and proven best practices to improve instruction and skill development in all grades, from preschool to higher education, and ensure all students graduate prepared to succeed in the college or career of their choice. Faculty at the Center include Kevin E. Baird, Dr. Karin Hess, Dr. Michael L. Kamil, Dr. Douglas Luffborough and Dr. Malbert Smith. Learn more at collegecareer.org
EDU, Inc. is an educational organization that is helping black high school students pursue their college dreams by allowing them to apply to any number of 60 Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) at the same time for just $20 with the Common Black College Application (CBCA). To date, nearly 250,000 students have completed the CBCA.
For more than twenty years, MetaMetrics® has focused on improving education for learners of all ages through the development of scientific measures of academic achievement and complementary technologies that link assessment results with real-world instruction. The company created the Lexile® Framework for Reading, an approach to reading and text measurement that has become the most widely adopted reading measure in use today. Achieve3000® integrates the Lexile framework into its patented solutions to accurately identify each student’s individual reading level, rather than relying on age or grade level. Learn more at www.metametricsinc.com.
SPN was founded and led by Dr. Bill Daggett and Mr. Ray McNulty in 2003 with the mission of helping all learners by working alongside educators to implement research-based best practices designed to help schools and districts increase graduation rates and close the gap for all students. Together, with the National Dropout Prevention Center, the organizations improve opportunities for all young people to fully develop the academic, social, work, and healthy life skills needed to graduate from high school and lead productive lives.
Achieve3000 is part of NWEA’s Instructional Connections Program, and we have now built an automated data integration that will allow educators to create MAP Growth Informed Learning Paths. You can use MAP Growth assessment data and Achieve3000 Literacy content to create a personalized learning path for each student.
ClassLink empowers students and teachers with instant access to 6,000+ single sign-on apps and files at school and on Google, Office 365, and Dropbox cloud drives. ClassLink Roster Server easily delivers class rosters to any publisher using open standards, including those generated through IMS Global Learning. ClassLink Analytics gives decision makers essential utilization data. ClassLink OneSync streamlines account provisioning for IT teams. For more information, visit www.classlink.com.
Better Learning from Better Technology | The IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS Global/IMS) is a highly effective nonprofit, member organization that strives to enable the adoption and impact of innovative learning technology. The IMS open architecture and extensive ecosystem of EdTech products enable education institutions to be more innovative, provide a more seamless user experience and dramatically reduce the cost of integrating products into the educational enterprise systems.
As an Associate Microsoft Education Partner, Achieve3000 offers Azure Active Directory Single Sign-On to streamline the login process and extend access to our literacy platform. Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s multi-tenant, cloud-based directory and identity management service. Azure AD enables easy integration for many of today’s popular education programs and platforms; provides identity and access management; and enables users to use a single account to access all of their education applications and resources on a variety of devices, on or off their campus. Learn more at azure.microsoft.com.
The International Literacy Association (ILA) is a global advocacy and membership organization dedicated to advancing literacy for all through its network of more than 300,000 literacy educators, researchers, and experts across 78 countries. With over 60 years of experience, ILA has set the standard for how literacy is defined, taught, and evaluated. ILA collaborates with partners across the world to develop, gather, and disseminate high-quality resources, best practices, and cutting-edge research to empower educators, inspire students, and inform policymakers. ILA publishes The Reading Teacher, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, and Reading Research Quarterly, which are peer reviewed and edited by leaders in the field. For more information, visit literacyworldwide.org.
NABU is a non-profit organization with a mission to solve the imbalance in the creation and distribution of children’s books globally, so all children can read and rise to their full potential. Through mother tongue book creation, technological innovation, and community engagement, NABU is tackling global illiteracy more efficiently at a scale never before achieved.
Teach For America works in partnership with communities to expand educational opportunity for children facing the challenges of poverty. Founded in 1990, Teach For America recruits and develops a diverse corps of outstanding individuals of all academic disciplines to commit two years to teach in high-need schools and become lifelong leaders in the movement to end educational inequity.
Education Elements works with districts to build and support dynamic school systems that meet the needs of every learner, today and tomorrow. They take the time to understand the unique challenges school leaders face, and then customize the Education Elements approach for each district. Ed Elements has worked with hundreds of districts across the country. They bring deep expertise, design thinking, expert facilitation and the spirit of collaboration, along with their extensive toolkit of resources and technology, to deliver sustainable results.
Since 2010, Ed Elements worked with more than 40,000 teachers, 750 schools and 140 districts across the nation, to personalize learning and improve education for 630,000 students. Learn more at www.edelements.com