(PRWEB) October 12, 2017
Levered Learning, the Soquel based ed-tech startup, has completed pilots of its adaptive fourth grade math program in 3 California school districts. Approximately 300 students participated in the pilot across 10 classrooms in the winter and spring of the 2016-2017 school year.
The teacher-designed program was popular with both students and their teachers, with 100% of fourth grade teachers reporting that they would recommend the product to their colleagues. Students from the pilot classes in San Diego County posted the highest state test scores out of over 50 elementary schools in the district.
“The response has been fantastic,” says Levered founder, Mitch Slater. “We saw kids who had previously struggled in math start to thrive, both in terms of conceptual development and their use of mathematical language. Students who were already successful in math had the freedom to move ahead and be appropriately challenged. We’re looking forward to an expanded round of pilots this winter and spring, and we’d love to connect with more schools interested in piloting our latest version of the fourth grade program.”
About Levered Learning
Levered learning specializes in developing comprehensive instructional systems for the classroom. The Levered approach blends an individualized online curriculum with whole class activities and pencil and paper collaborative challenges.