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Evidence-based Studies Meeting ESSA Criteria for Moderate and Promising Evidence

Students using Progress Learning to improve their academic skills showed substantially greater growth in both Reading and Mathematics than students who did not use Progress Learning. The study also found that Progress Learning is equally effective for males and females and for students of different ethnic backgrounds.

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PL – Guide to ESSER II Funding for Learning Loss Recovery

On December 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSA) was signed into law. It provides additional funding for the ESSER II Fund in an effort to curb learning loss due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Because Progress Learning has been proven to successfully address and reclaim learning loss, schools can use […]

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Crandall ISD Case Study

The Progress Learning team headed to Crandall Independent School District in Texas to discover how teachers were using various Education Galaxy tools from Progress Learning to supplement and enhance their classrooms. The results were outstanding. In one 3rd grade math class, the teacher used Liftoff Adaptive Intervention to get 21 out of 23 students to […]