Evidence that learning acceleration works, for all
New research provides one of the first direct comparisons of remediation and learning acceleration, analyzing progress in math across 6,000 elementary classrooms over the 20-21 school year.
We've teamed up with researchers like Raj Chetty, John Friedman, Emily Oster, Steve Levitt, and Angela Duckworth to track the impact of the pandemic on students’ progress in math and explore strategies educators can use to help all kids catch up and move forward.
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Efficacy research proves the scalable impact of Zearn Math across different school contexts, which is especially important now as we collectively look to accelerate learning in the months and years ahead.
Landmark study shows schools that programmatically used Zearn demonstrated achievement gains equivalent to an additional 1.5 months of instruction—and positive effects compound over time.
Zearn is an “evidence-based” program as defined by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), qualifying Zearn for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) and School Improvement funding.