Case Studies

Our partners across the country tell their own stories about how i-Ready has helped their schools and districts.
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Adaptive Technology Grant Starts Tennessee District’s Performance Climb

Bolivar, TN

Hardeman County Schools used grant money to pilot i-Ready and support students and educators after a district school was added to the Additional Targeted Support and Improvement list.

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Shelby County Schools Accesses Meaningful Professional Development to Excel Achievement

Columbiana, AL

Educators at Alabama’s Shelby County Schools met the requirements of the Alabama Literacy Act by embracing data, professional development, and i-Ready.

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Suffolk Public Schools: Putting Practices in Place for Sustained Student Growth

Suffolk, VA

Education leaders at Suffolk Public Schools in Virginia surveyed the district’s students for feedback and adopted i-Ready Assessment and Personalized Instruction to create a strong data culture and drive learning.

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Little Silver Borough Public Schools’ Data Committee Focuses on Student Success

Little Silver, NJ

Little Silver Borough Public Schools is a top-performing district in New Jersey. Its educators have built a robust data culture that drives student learning and continuous instructional improvements.

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Missoula County Public Schools Moves Forward with i-Ready Classroom Mathematics

Missoula, MT

Montana’s Missoula County Public Schools started professional development in i-Ready Classroom Mathematics a year before successfully adopting the new, more rigorous math curriculum.

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Approaching Math in a New Way Helps an Indiana School Adapt to Rigor

Mount Vernon, IN

District leaders at Farmersville Elementary School in Indiana saw students’ annual mathematics assessment scores improve when they introduced i-Ready and Ready Indiana Mathematics.

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Viewing Challenges as Opportunities: How Bristol Virginia Public Schools Helps Drive Student Achievement

Bristol, VA

Many students in Bristol Virginia Public Schools come from impoverished backgrounds, but dedicated educators, a rich data culture, and i-Ready have led to incredible learning growth.

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Phoenix-Talent Schools Commits to Student Success in Math and Beyond

Phoenix, OR

Phoenix-Talent Schools in Oregon uses high-quality instructional materials to help the district’s students overcome opportunity gaps and reach grade-level learning.

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Piedmont Middle School Recognized across Alabama for High Growth

Piedmont, AL

Piedmont Middle School, a small rural school in Alabama, is recognized across the state for the success and growth its students are having in reading and math.

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District Motto, “Whatever It Takes,” Drives Impressive Student Achievement

Tattnall, GA

Tattnall County Schools in Georgia takes phrase to heart in steadfast commitment to student success.

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Top-Performing Alabama District Relies on Data, Student Engagement, and Teacher Buy-In

Saraland, AL

Leaders at Alabama’s top-performing Saraland City Schools chose i-Ready and Ready Mathematics to support continued student growth, and the programs quickly earned strong teacher buy-in.

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Teacher-Assigned Standards Mastery Drives Learning in Tennessee’s Largest District

Memphis, TN

Memphis-Shelby County Schools (MSCS), the largest district in Tennessee, gave teachers the ability to assess students’ standards proficiency, and they soon saw engagement and learning soar.

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How One Connecticut District Upended Its Math Curriculum to “Shift” with the Times

Stratford, CT

After Connecticut’s Stratford Public Schools adopted Ready® Mathematics, the district’s classrooms became more discourse centered, and students’ annual assessment scores went up.

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Tacoma Public Schools Expands Data Culture and Learning with i-Ready Classroom Mathematics

Tacoma, WA

Tacoma Public Schools in Washington implemented a new core math program, i-Ready Classroom Mathematics, and helped its K–5 students meet the new rigorous state standards.

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Marrying Math Instruction, Professional Learning, and a Student-First Focus

Franklin, TN

Franklin Special School District’s commitment leads to impressive achievement.

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Alabama School District Reverses Trends and Brings More Students to Grade-Level Learning

Boaz, AL

Educators at Boaz City School System in Alabama used i-Ready Diagnostic and Personalized Instruction and Ready Mathematics to reverse the district’s intervention pyramid and meet students’ needs.

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South Carolina District Steps Up Remote and In-Person Learning with i-Ready

Clover, SC

Clover School District in South Carolina needed a tool for remote and in-person learning. They implemented i-Ready to continue building student learning and growth.

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Georgia's James A. Jackson Elementary's Culture Builds Up Educators, Learners, and Scores

Jonesboro, GA

At James A. Jackson Elementary School, part of Georgia’s Clayton County Public Schools, leaders, teachers, and staff are all focused on data-driven learning to increase student achievement.

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Paradise Unified School District Uses i-Ready Data to Help Rebuild after Wildfire

Paradise, CA

In the wake of California’s worst wildfire, Paradise Unified School District’s incredible educators created classrooms, helped students begin healing, and ensured learning continued.

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Oregon School District Adopts Blended Math Curriculum and Recharges Student Learning

Redmond, OR

Education leaders in Redmond School District in Oregon knew they needed a modern core math program that would better prepare students to meet the rigorous new state standards and assessments.

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Upward Elementary Grade 4 Teacher Inspires Caring Community and Unmatched Engagement

Flat Rock, NC

A Grade 4 teacher at Upward Elementary School, part of North Carolina’s Henderson County Public Schools, went above and beyond to foster connection during a challenging school year.

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West Virginia District Rises from 16th to Third in the State for Math in One Year

Parkersburg, WV

Wood County Schools in West Virginia adopted i-Ready and Ready Mathematics and quickly saw learning growth on the rigorous state assessment.

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A bar chart shows how Cloverdale schools exceeded the Indiana State Proficiency rate of 48%.

How Two Small Indiana Schools Made Big Strides in Proficiency

Cloverdale, IN

Educators at Cloverdale Community Schools in Indiana helped their students meet more rigorous state standards with hard work and new standards-aligned programs.

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Focus on Skills Development Leads to Learning Gains in Georgetown County School District

Georgetown, SC

In Georgetown County School District in South Carolina, bold thinking and the adoption of a new assessment suite have led to enhanced student skills and swift learning gains.

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A line graph shows a 580% increase in the English Learner population for a Mississippi district.

Mississippi School District First in State to Implement Seal of Biliteracy

Pascagoula, MS

Education leaders in Pascagoula-Gautier School District in Mississippi have successfully changed how they teach their growing population of ELs by focusing on data and a new instructional model.

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Phoenix School District Meets New EL Requirements with Focus on Language

Phoenix, AZ

In 2019, new requirements for Arizona’s English Learners gave education leaders in Isaac Elementary School District an opportunity to create a language-centered instructional model.

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A pie chart shows that 52% of students met their Typical Growth goals using the Diagnostic.

A New Math Curriculum Transforms Learning at Sahuarita Unified School District

Sahuarita, AZ

When Sahuarita Unified School District in Arizona implemented a new standards-aligned math curriculum, students’ state assessment scores went up.

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Streamlined Assessment Data Helps Spartanburg School District 7 Improve Learning

Spartanburg, SC

In the 2020–2021 school year, Spartanburg School District 7 in South Carolina streamlined its programs and student data. This action and the implementation of i-Ready led to improved learning.

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In California’s Twin Rivers Unified School District, Data Tells Students’ Unique Stories

McClellan Park, CA

The rich data culture at Twin Rivers Unified School District in California enables educators to engage the district’s many English Learners and their families.

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Cajon Valley Exemplifies the Power of Family Engagement, Data, and Personalized Learning

El Cajon, CA

The robust family engagement efforts at Cajon Valley Union School District in California help its dedicated educators meet the needs of the district’s many English Learners.

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