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With Accelerated Math Fluency, classrooms, schools, and districts have transformed math learning.

These are just a few of the examples of success that educators have achieved with Accelerated Math Fluency:

Kentucky's Concord Elementary on target to meet CCSS goals... moving forward 'every child, every day.'

In 2012, Kentucky became the first state to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English/Language arts and math. Despite the challenges of mastering these new standards, Paducah's Concord Elementary School recently ranked 19 out of 733 elementary schools on Kentucky state assessments that are closely aligned to the pending CCSS assessments. The school has been marked in the top 3 percent of schools in Kentucky and named as a School of Distinction, as well as a Distinguished School.

"Renaissance Learning has definitely played a role in our accomplishments," said Principal Ginger Hollowell. "We have excellent students, master teachers, involved parents, and a supportive district team, but the Renaissance products work if you work them. Each year, we refine the fidelity with which we use them." What started with Accelerated Reader 5 years ago is now an umbrella of Renaissance products at Concord Elementary, all in play to support the schoolwide initiative of "Every child…every day."

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Idaho school's RTI strategies reduce frustration, special ed referrals.

Before Response to Intervention (RTI) was around, obtaining special education services for struggling students was like pulling teeth—often, only failing students who fell far below the rest of the class would receive proper intervention.

Idaho has maintained its presence in the forefront of special education reform, beginning six years ago with its Results Based Model (RBM). "It has now transitioned into RTI over the past three years, and the West Park Elementary team has transitioned with the state requirements," said Kris Curnes, third-grade teacher at West Park Elementary in Moscow, Idaho.

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Accelerated Math Fluency Success Stories

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