Test scores see a boost among students using MIND Research Institute’s ST Math
Just one year of education technology in classrooms can move a school that was performing at the 50th percentile in the state up to the 66th percentile in the state, according to a study released by the independent education research firm WestEd and the nonprofit MIND Research Institute.
WestEd measured the impact of MIND’s ST Math program in 209 second through fifth grades – including more than 19,980 students at 129 California schools across California – that fully implemented the program in a blended learning environment.
The report used several models to measure ST Math’s impact. Those grades using ST Math for one year exhibited 6.3 percent more students scoring proficient or better on the CST, compared to those at similar schools without the program. Getting students to score proficient on the state test meets the No Child Left Behind requirements.
(Next page: Breaking down the ST Math program’s impact)
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