Districts and schools around the country and the world use Measured Progress solutions to help all learners realize their potential.
Leaders of the 70 schools in the Archdiocese of Omaha, Nebraska choose assessments and instructional resources to support teaching the Archdiocesan Curriculum Standards within each of their schools.
Boston Public Schools (BPS) had a challenge: How to assess student learning consistently and accurately for 125 different schools because teachers used different curricula and pacing for each grade.
Teachers and central teams within Denver Public Schools (DPS) had invested time and energy into developing a set of interim assessments. Before they administered the assessments, they needed to confirm quality and accuracy.
The Assistant Superintendent at the Liberty Union High School District in Brentwood, CA wanted to improve the district’s mathematics assessments. First, he needed to review what they had.
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