Bridge the math achievement gap for English Language Learners in your district
In 2013-14, 10 percent of students enrolled in public schools were learning English as a second language. In 2025, this proportion is predicted to increase to 25 percent.
Today’s math curriculum and assessments often prove dishearteningly difficult for English Language Learners (ELLs). When reliance on language proficiency increases in math classrooms, so does the disengagement of ELLs.
Our whitepaper will show you how you can use leading-edge educational technology to:
- Remove barriers to deeper math learning for your students
- Boost the instructional effectiveness of your teachers
- Actively engage families from all backgrounds in math education
Complete the form to receive your free whitepaper and to learn strategies for improving math performance in all your students.
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