To begin the Spring 2021 semester, the U.S. Department of Education invited Joel Rose to participate in a discussion on student learning during the pandemic. As one of two featured personalized learning platforms to receive an invitation to speak, Joel shared insights and tools that families and teachers can use…

Imagine a world where innovation and technology join the classroom to enhance student learning and comprehension. Imagine if each student was provided with an individualized lesson plan that adapted to the unique ways that they learned, ensuring that they were prepared to advance through high school and beyond. Now, imagine…

Schools can minimize COVID-19 disruption to students’ math education with transformative learning technologies such as Teach to One.

When sixth-grader Nina struggled to grasp improper fractions at school last year, she soon fell behind in math — especially when her teacher then progressed onto further advanced topics. But then, her…

Computer algorithms and machine learning are helping students succeed in math. Some experts see such efforts as a crucial next step in education.

Seventh-grader Nina Mones, a student at Phoenix International Academy, initially struggled with math but new initiatives are helping her flourish. …

As the new school year begins, many districts and states are making the tough decision on how they will begin instruction. Remote learning has posed its own set of challenges in the spring, and schools want to be sure they are providing the best learning environment for their students.

New…

Teach to One: Math (TTO) is an innovative personalized learning model designed by non-profit organization New Classrooms. Since 2012, we have partnered with schools across the country to help close educational gaps and solve what we have coined the “iceberg problem.”

Student achievement, especially in math, is based on cumulative…

When Federal Way Public Schools, in Seattle, closed schools due to the coronavirus outbreak, one of the first things Andrea Ball’s students asked about was their ‘Star Chart’. The Star Chart had become a fixture in the second semester of Ball’s classroom at Sacajawea Middle School, which began partnering with…

For decades, grade-level proficiency has far outweighed overall student growth when it comes to testing and achievement scores. The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act was signed into law in 2002 with the hope that teachers and schools would be held to higher standards for improving student success. …

The 2019–2020 school year did not end on a high note. Due to the COVID-19 health pandemic, students were short-changed in receiving the education promised to them at the beginning of the year. …

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened our awareness of many things, such as the importance of social interactions and how to be successful in a remote working and learning environment. The innovation of new technologies has played a major role in keeping us connected. When schools closed mid-March, no one expected…

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