Florida’s Proven Reading and Math Solution

A Complete Solution for Reaching Your B.E.S.T.

What do you do when it seems like things around you are changing, seemingly all the time? Many people turn to what they know they can depend on. And Florida’s educators know they and their students can depend on the proven programs that are built specifically for them: Magnetic Reading, Florida B.E.S.T. Standards Edition for Grades K–5 and Ready Florida B.E.S.T. Mathematics for Grades K–8. 

The best part? They’re aligned to the Florida Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T.) Standards for Mathematics and Reading as well as support House Bill 7039 (2023). HB 7039 (2023) aims to improve student outcomes by providing specific strategies to support students who are struggling in literacy and mathematics. Combining these two Florida B.E.S.T. Standards programs with the power of i-Ready provides Florida educators with Florida’s Proven Reading and Math Solution, a comprehensive curriculum for ensuring students become skilled readers, writers, and problem solvers.

Explore how to get the B.E.S.T. growth in student performance and better outcomes for Florida students. Complete the form to download a Reading or Mathematics (or both!) sample today.  

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“There has been a great correlation between my students’ i-Ready scale scores on the Diagnostic test and their math scores on the [Florida Assessment of Student Thinking (FAST)]. That's a remarkable predictor of your students’ success, and [it] can help you sleep a little better on the night before the [assessment].” Philippe G., Teacher, Florida

Your B.E.S.T. ELA, Mathematics, and Assessment—All in One Place!

Florida’s Proven Reading and Math Solution is built specifically to support Florida teachers and students in reaching their learning goals. Comprehensive, targeted instruction prepares students to meet the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards and makes it easy for teachers to provide guidance and support across subject areas.

Create skilled readers and writers with Magnetic Reading Foundations, Florida B.E.S.T. Standards Edition and Magnetic Reading, Florida B.E.S.T. Standards Edition.

Depend on the research-based program that received perfect scores in ELA Foundational Skills by EdReports! Magnetic Reading Foundations, Florida B.E.S.T. Standards Edition for Grades K–2 provides the explicit instruction, motivational strategies, and foundational skills required for students to learn to read and connects to all the comprehension skills in Magnetic Reading, Florida B.E.S.T. Standards Edition for Grades 3–5 to support the Science of Reading initiative outlined in HB 7039 (2023).

Teach students to be active, real-world problem solvers and address deficiencies with Ready Florida B.E.S.T. Mathematics.

Backed by thorough third-party research proving the program’s effectiveness, Ready Florida B.E.S.T. Mathematics gives Florida educators an evidence-based instructional design that allows students to take ownership of their learning, rigorous practice opportunities, and full support and resources for digital learning—all while reducing student deficits. Ready Florida B.E.S.T. Mathematics is the only program built for the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards for Mathematics.

Get clear visibility into student performance with i-Ready.

i-Ready, which is aligned with the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards, provides educators with everything for driving student growth by seamlessly connecting precise assessment data to proven instructional strategies. Rigorous research studies meeting ESSA Level 2 evidence standards demonstrated positive and statistically significant gains for students receiving i-Ready Personalized Instruction above that of their control group counterparts in both reading and mathematics on internal and external outcome measures. 

“Students are gaining skills in areas that they have struggled in for years, and this is a huge motivational factor because they now feel as if they have accomplished something and are able to feel proud of what they can do.” Sheila S., Reading Literacy Coach, Florida