Change, School-by-School
and District-by-District

School-by-school and student-by-student, our work with educators is having a meaningful and critical impact.

Albemarle County Public Schools

A 2012-15 analysis of Albemarle schools using ST Math for three years showed an increase in the percent of students scoring Passing or Advanced on the Virginia Standards of Learning by 19.5 points, compared to 11.7 for schools in the state not using the program.

Cesar E. Chavez Multicultural Academic Center

Located in one of Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods, Chavez succeeded in closing the math achievement gap by reaching the 97th percentile for math attainment in 2015.

Columbia Public Schools

ST Math students in Columbia Public Schools, Missouri, far outperformed their counterparts, with a 9.4% growth in ST Math students scoring Proficient or Better compared to a 5.3% drop in the rest of the state.

District of Columbia Public Schools

In DC’s first year of PARCC testing, more ST Math students achieved the highest proficiency levels as compared to similar students not using ST Math.

Gilroy Prep

Students at Gilroy Prep, a charter school in the Gilroy Unified School District, earned top marks on California’s high-stakes mathematics tests for elementary schools.

Gulfport School District

ST Math students in this coastal Mississippi district performed 15.5% better than non-ST Math students in reaching the highest levels of math proficiency.

Killeen Independent School District

A 2013-2015 analysis of STAAR scores in Killeen, Texas showed that ST Math students had nearly 48% more growth in the Satisfactory or Advanced levels than students not using ST Math.

Madison Elementary

Madison Elementary of Santa Ana Unified School District was one of the very first ST Math schools. Since 2003, student math proficiency has increased by 57 percentile points, making the school one of the highest achieving in the district.

Pinellas County Schools

The Title I students in Pinellas, Florida’s seventh largest district, outperformed the state average.

Newport Elementary

Newport Elementary challenges students at the optimal level for growth using center-based classrooms and ST Math data to personalize learning for all.

Randle Highlands Elementary

Between 2013 and 2014, third, fourth and fifth grade students at Randle Highlands Elementary in the District of Columbia Public Schools showed an increase in the percentage of students testing "proficient" and "advanced".