Catching Up and
Moving Forward:

Accelerating math learning for every student

A new, national study powered by two years of math learning data for 600,000 students offers promising evidence that learning acceleration works at scale.

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#ZearnLive Webinar Series

Our recent workshop series to explored how anchoring new math learning in a few big ideas helps all students catch up and move forward in math. Watch a recording of our session:

Learning acceleration in practice

Learning acceleration begins with grade-level learning and, when learning gaps arise, students engage in just-in-time foundational support connected to the grade-level content they are learning.

A short on-ramp using 3rd grade division strategies helps students approach a 5th grade division of fractions problem: 2 ÷ 1/2

Kids in classroom are learning math from their teacher

Students draw a tape diagram. They partition the tape into 1/2-pound units.

Zearn digital math videos teaching math online

Students see that they have made four equal groups.

Interactive math manipulatives online designed to teach math concepts to kids

Students can solve the problem for the unknown factor.

Zearn is designed for learning acceleration

Zearn has just-in-time, built-in Tier 1 intervention that connects unfinished learning into the context of new, grade-level math learning.

Zearn meets the criteria for “evidence-based” as defined by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), qualifying Zearn for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) and School Improvement funding.

Zearn teacher helping kids with math online

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Enhance your students understanding and mathematics success today