Georgia Districts Implementing Classworks Instructional Software Report State Test Score Gains
DULUTH, Ga. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Since the state of Georgia launched the Georgia Performance Standards, schools have been working to enhance their instruction to help students achieve the rigorous expectations for student work. At least three Georgia school districts that integrate Classworks comprehensive K-12 instructional software into their curriculum report that the targeted, standards-based instruction is an important factor in achieving success on the Georgia Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT).
Commerce City Schools, Buford City Schools and Barrow County Schools each import students' CRCT scores into Classworks to create individualized learning paths for each student, based on his or her own scores. Since implementing Classworks, the Georgia districts have achieved gains on the CRCT and helped students become more engaged in the learning process.
Developed by Georgia-based Curriculum Advantage, Classworks provides individualized instruction in math, reading, language arts and science to bring at-risk students to grade level proficiency, accelerate learning for mainstream students, and help English learners build fluency. It offers educators more than 17,000 activities drawn from 265 top software titles to customize instruction and increase performance. Currently, more than 150,000 students across the state use Classworks to help them reach their potential.
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