69% of teachers believe tailoring instruction to each individual student is required to improve student achievement
Having identified students who are mastering content and students who struggle, teachers are daunted by repeatedly adapting content for divergent skill levels. Content is organized by grade not skill level, spread across multiple applications, and rarely flexible enough that teachers can creatively use it to personalize instruction.
I want a company to be able to tell me “if kids do X, there's a Y percent chance of Z outcome" and very few companies can do that. They just don't have that research yet. But it's very powerful, to a kid or a teacher, if you have that. Barton | Principal | Chicago, IL
Give teachers & students flexible, adaptive tools. Tools that provide students a personal learning path unrestrained by grade level while providing teachers content and lessons mapped to the specific needs of their struggling students.