Identify and Address Unfinished Learning

Meet Your Students' Unfinished Learning Needs with Programs That Meet ESSER Funding Guidelines

The US Department of Education has stressed the importance of having good data on student performance levels and addressing what they call learning loss (we call it "unfinished learning"). There is funding available to support educators’ efforts to ensure all students make progress toward and achieve on-grade level performance, and i-Ready can help.

i-Ready can help through rigorous assessments, research-based instructional programs, and professional learning to empower educators to accelerate growth for all students.

Explore our programs: i-Ready Assessment | i-Ready Learning | i-Ready Classroom Mathematics | Ready | Professional Learning

1. Identify​

i-Ready Assessment helps you identify unfinished learning in reading and mathematics by providing detailed information on student performance through multiple lenses:

  • Grade-level placements for every student
  • National norms and historical benchmarks
  • Ambitious growth goals to help every learner reach grade level 


3. Measure Progress

Understand the impact of reading and mathematics instruction on student achievement.

By using the same assessment tool to identify unfinished learning and also measure the progress students are making, you will get a clear picture of your students’ growth toward established goals and which gaps need continued focus.


Get to Know Your Funding Options

Guide to Addressing Unfinished Learning

Learn about ESSER funding, its uses, and how to make the most of it to identify, address, and measure progress on unfinished learning.


Grants and Funding Center

Explore funding options and how you can use them in your school or district.


Programs to Address Unfinished Learning in Mathematics and Reading

Our reading and mathematics programs can help meet students' critical needs.