March 2, 2017

Driving Student Growth with K-12 Learning Data

How Data Helps Educators Unlock Each Student’s Most Amazing Self As a teacher, you’re at the heart of your classroom. Your insight and expertise can change students’ lives. Combine that insight with actionable learning data and proven technology, and you […]
December 13, 2016
bringing out the best

Bringing out the best: Elise L. Wolff Elementary makes reading crazy fun!

Nine grade levels of reading ability separate students entering the fifth-grade class at Elise L. Wolff Elementary in Henderson, Nevada. As daunting as that may sound for an educator, teacher Lloyd Goldberg says he expects all of his students to […]
December 13, 2016
chance buns

Reading confidence and a record-breaking goal—all by Chance

When asked about his favorite books, sixth-grader Chance Buns is quick to reply with several. Of course, there’s Eragon, a fantasy novel about an orphan who finds a blue stone, only to realize that it’s a dragon egg. Then there’s […]
December 13, 2016
walker elementary

How to read 352 million words in five years: Walker Elementary beats the odds with successful reading campaign

The odds seemed discouragingly stacked against this California school. Ranked in 2011 as Santa Ana’s fourth-lowest elementary school, Walker Elementary struggled to boost the English Language Arts (ELA) proficiency of its largely Hispanic, high-poverty student population. According to the California […]