The Educational Research Institute of America analyzed more than 1.1 million students' 2014 New York State assessment scores to uncover Ready's positive impact on student proficiency.
Study of 1.1 million students shows that Ready students outperform their peers on state assessments.
Schools using Ready had significantly higher percentages of students achieving proficiency on the 2014 Common Core-based state assessment than schools that did not use Ready.
Ready helps key student groups reach proficiency in Reading and Mathematics.
For schools with Title I status, a high percentage of minority students, or large free- or reduced-lunch populations, those that used Ready Instruction also had significantly higher percentages of students achieving proficiency on the 2014 Common Core-based state assessment.