Think Through Math Named as a “Readers’ Choice Top Product” by District Administration Magazine

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Web-Based Math Learning Solution Recognized for Excellence by Top K12 Leaders

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With nearly three million students in more than 180,000 classrooms across the country using Think Through Math, TTM is the fastest growing supplemental math program in the U.S.

Think Through Learning, creators of Think Through Math(TTM), the award-winning web-based instruction system for grades 3 and above, has been honored as one of District Administration magazine’s “Readers’ Choice Top Products for 2015.” Nominated and voted on by K12 leaders across the country, this award recognizes products that are making a positive difference in education.

The winners were compiled from over 2,100 nominations from the magazine’s readers over the past year. The list of Readers’ Choice Top Products has been announced online and in the December, 2015 issue of District Administration.

“We are delighted to be selected again as a top product by the educators who are using Think Through Math in classrooms across the country,” commented Allison Duquette, executive vice president for Think Through Math. “We are committed to improving student math achievement through our continued investment in innovative research-driven products that have a proven track record of efficacy.”

District Administration’s Readers’ Choice Top Products awards program honors a very select group of products being used around the country to help districts excel in a variety of areas, such as technology, sustainability, curriculum and instruction.

“It was inspiring to learn about the products being used in today’s schools and classrooms that are helping districts succeed,” says JD Solomon, District Administration’s editorial director. “All of our 2015 honorees should be very proud of this achievement.”

With nearly three million students in more than 180,000 classrooms across the country using Think Through Math, TTM is the fastest growing supplemental math program in the U.S. With customized versions for each state’s learning standards, Think Through Math’s lessons include a wide variety of interactive item types, ensuring students are well-prepared for the more sophisticated question types being used on state-level assessments. TTM’s unique intrinsic and extrinsic motivational approaches increase engagement and build self-esteem so students increase their time on task. Think Through Math has received numerous awards since its introduction and is expanding rapidly across the US.

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About Think Through Learning & Think Through Math
Think Through Learning, a leader in education technology innovation, is transforming math education in schools throughout the United States. While particularly effective as an intervention program for struggling students, Think Through Math’s adaptive learning technology addresses the learning needs of ALL students, including students working at grade level, English Language Learners (ELL), those with advanced math aptitude, and students with learning disabilities.

Designed for grades 3 and above, Think Through Math is the only software system that integrates state-certified teachers to tutor struggling students live in order to improve their math understanding. Think Through Math ignites curiosity about math and helps students learn how to think mathematically. The 2014 and 2012 recipient of the SIIA CODiE Award for Best Mathematics Instruction Solution, Think Through Math is recognized as the fastest-growing supplemental math software. Since its launch in 2012, Think Through Math has become a critical part of the RTI, STEM, and 1-to-1 strategies of state education departments and thousands of districts and schools across the United States.

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