Math Challenge - Will U.S. Students Be Prepared to Compete Globally?

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Students in the U.S. lag behind students from more than a dozen other countries in math and science. With math curriculum of all kinds under heavy scrutiny, a new skill-building mathematics environment has emerged that offers students a greater opportunity to succeed. MathScore™, a patent-pending, Internet-based adaptive mathematics practice environment is proving to help students excel. Contact: Michelle Lange Phone: (248)721-0365

Citing the latest "Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study", media outlets across the country have recognized that students in the United States lag behind students from more than a dozen other countries in math and science.

While reform math is widely taught in classrooms across the country, more and more experts now support reinforcement of basic mathematical skills. Parents, too, are expressing concern over the lack of basic skills instruction by seeking outside help from tutoring centers, such as Kumon, in growing numbers. Now it is up to our nation's educators to discern the right tools to place in classrooms -- tools that will help students master the mathematical skills that will make them successful both in school and in the wider world beyond.

With math curriculum of all kinds under heavy scrutiny, a new skill-building mathematics environment has emerged that offers students a greater opportunity to succeed.

MathScore™, a patent-pending, Internet-based adaptive mathematics practice environment developed by Accurate Learning Systems Corporation, is a powerful new program that is proving to help remedial, mainstream, and high achieving students excel. Through classroom trials, MathScore, designed for grades 2 through Algebra I, has been proven to increase math proficiency at all skill levels while providing feedback to students, teachers and administrators.

"The percentage of students at Bishop who are able to illustrate proficiency in math is the highest it has been since we began measuring these statistics," said Eric Panosian, Principal of Bishop Elementary in Sunnyvale, CA where MathScore was implemented last year.

To learn how MathScore can increase student math proficiency in any school, visit http://www.mathscore.com and view the detailed analysis of this groundbreaking program.

Accurate Learning Systems Corporation

Based in Palo Alto, California, Accurate Learning Systems Corporation is committed to putting superior, skill-building learning environments in the hands of teachers, students, administrators, and parents. MathScore is a patent-pending, Internet-based math practice environment designed to raise student math achievement. MathScore is unique in its ability to supply an unlimited number of practice problems that are tailored to each student's capabilities and in its ability to provide teachers and parents with instant feedback. More information can be found at http://www.mathscore.com.

MathScore and mathscore.com are trademarks of Accurate Learning Systems Corporation. All other brand and products referenced herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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