A Proven Solution for
Math Education

Grade-Level Growth in State Math Test Proficiency

Map and graphs of ST Math test growth rates
No ST Math vs. ST Math - Schools without ST Math had similar profiles to schools with ST Math

Arizona2 average test results: 1.4 (33 schools) versus 3.4 (21 schools)

Dallas1 average test results: 4.2 (28 schools) versus 11.9 (9 schools)

Houston1† average test results: 4.2 (53 schools) versus 11.5 (8 schools)

Florida1* average test results: 0.7 (115 schools) versus 4.4 (26 schools)

Virginia1† average test results: -0.9 (15 schools) versus 4.1 (9 schools)

Washington, D.C.2* average test results: 5.2 (33 schools) versus 19 (17 schools)

New York2 average test results: 4.6 (24 schools) versus 12.9 (6 schools)

Chicago2* average test results: 3.6 (118 schools) versus 11.4 (23 schools)

Iowa average test results: 1.1 (31 schools) versus 6.3 (6 schools)

Minnesota2 average test results: -1.1 (68 schools) versus 10.7 (15 schools)

Colorado Springs2* average test results: 0.0 (87 schools) versus 3.9 (30 schools)

Seattle1† average test results: 3.3 (33 schools) versus 5.4 (20 schools)

Nevada2 average test results: 1.3 (28 schools) versus 3.8 (12 schools)

Silicon Valley1* average test results: 4.8 (43 schools) versus 11.2 (20 schools)

California average test results: 1.3 (177 schools) versus 7.5 (129 schools)

Los Angeles2* average test results: -0.7 (88 schools) versus 6.4 (22 schools)

Orange County2* average test results: 2.5 (123 schools) versus 8.3 (88 schools)

  • 62,011 ST Math Students
  • 1 one year ST Math use
  • 2 two years ST Math use
  • * p < .05
  • † Advanced/Commended
  • (n) = number of schools

“We scored better than the other schools around us...
we believe the biggest significant change for us was in
using ST Math.”

Gary Schadow, Principal, Dream Lake Elementary School, Apoka, Florida

A consistent pattern has emerged from our yearly analyses: schools that fully implement ST Math see double, and even triple, the growth in math proficiency than comparable schools. We have, and continue to, demonstrate that our programs are making a large-scale impact on children across the country, better preparing them for success in school and in the workplace.


Results at Scale

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Profiles in Success

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Our Research

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