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Ready and i-Ready together maximize student growth

The Ready and i-Ready blended instruction program is proven to substantially improve student growth and proficiency rates. Read about how these schools boosted their student outcomes and school rankings.
Ready and i-Ready together yield dramatic ranking gains
Ready and i-Ready together yield dramatic ranking gains
In the year leading up to their first Common Core assessment, Principal Burdick knew that school ranking improvements would be hard to achieve. But with both Ready and i-Ready as partners, Pine Valley Elementary achieved double-digit increases in percentile rankings.
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Blended learning approach helps turn school around
Blended learning approach helps turn school around
When Principal Norment took over, he knew that to prevent P.S. 140 from being phased out and for students to be successful on the Common Core, he had to make some major changes. Norment found his solution—Ready helped teachers develop that content knowledge and i‑Ready filled in the gaps with personalized instruction.
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Daily blended routine boosts reading and math proficiency
Daily blended routine boosts reading and math proficiency
Students at Thomas Russell Middle School experienced higher growth in both reading and mathematics, as compared to other California schools and average US growth.
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The power of Ready and i-Ready: Creating a culture of success
The power of Ready and i-Ready: Creating a culture of success
With the concentration on truly integrating the programs into their curriculum, Principal Rayburn felt, “i-Ready and Ready allowed us to have some really rich, deep content that informed our instruction and became a tool for instruction, rather than some spiffy little tech trick.”
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Blended learning approach to college and career readiness
Blended learning approach to college and career readiness
At Marshall Pomeroy Elementary School in Milpitas, CA, Principal Murphy-Brewer and her staff adopted a blended learning approach to tackling new Common Core requirements and getting students college and career ready. Their successful implementation depended on three key components: common data and curricular tools, comprehensive professional development, and a clear approach to differentiating instruction.
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