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Impact Evaluation of Progress Learning in the Douglas County School System

Discover how Progress Learning boosts Georgia Milestones scores! In a study conducted by the Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University, Progress Learning’s impact on student achievement in math and ELA was thoroughly examined. Spanning the 2022-2023 school year in the Douglas County School System, Georgia, this study employed robust methodologies to compare the performances of middle school students using Progress Learning with those who did not.

Key findings reveal that Progress Learning students scored notably higher in math and ELA. Beyond numbers, the study explored teacher perceptions, highlighting the program’s alignment with Georgia math standards, its ability to individualize learning, and its effectiveness across key instructional areas.

This comprehensive study concludes that Progress Learning not only boosts Georgia Milestones scores but also meets critical educational standards, making it a transformative tool for student achievement. Download the full report to see how Progress Learning can make a difference in your school.

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