Catching Up and
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.
#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
Students draw a tape diagram. They partition the tape into 1/2-pound units.
Students see that they have made four equal groups.
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.
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