Graduate Greenville Initiative Implements Carnegie Learning Math to Increase Graduation Rate
Graduate Greenville, a community-wide initiative based in Greenville, SC is designed to identify and support at-risk youth and increase graduation rates in the Greenville County Schools. Graduate Greenville has chosen to implement Carnegie Learning's Algebra I Cognitive Tutor curriculum as part of the community action plan, due to its success in several Greenville County classrooms.
Diverse Student Body Increases WASL Scores Dramatically Using Carnegie Learning's Multifaceted Curricula
Carnegie Learning's mathematics solutions are helping the students at Everett High School in Everett, Washington to persevere. In the summer of 2005, Everett High School participated in a pilot of Carnegie Learning's Bridge to Algebra solution in its six-week Summer School program. After finishing the pilot, Everett implemented Carnegie Learning's Bridge to Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II programs as their primary math curricula, and the results have been outstanding.
St. Mary Parish Raises Test Scores
Students at Franklin Senior High School in St. Mary Parish School District participated in a Pilot Study sponsored and funded by the Louisiana State Department of Education. The goal of this study was to help students with Algebra readiness. Franklin Senior High School began to use Carnegie LearningTM Bridge to Algebra as a “catch-up” program for students who failed the 8th grade exit exam (Approaching Basic or Unsatisfactory).
Green High School Successfully implements Carnegie Learning Integrated Math series
At Green High School, Integrated Math I is the entry-level math class taught to those struggling the most, so an effective program is needed to help every student succeed in math. Carnegie Learning’s Cognitive Tutor® Integrated Math I has helped to motivate and improve students’ attitude in math, to increase student attendance and prepare for subsequent math courses. Teachers at Green High School have noticed a difference in class discussions and students at Green now are able to work on math problems with less teacher prompting and greater success finding the answers on their own.
Carnegie Learning's Cognitive TutorTM Software Inspires Students to Volunteer to Work on Math Skills
The mission at Madison Middle School is: "Maintaining the highest goals and standards in a positive learning environment, motivating one another to achieve his or her fullest potential, and sharing the responsibility of education among students, teachers, parents, and community."
Hamilton County, Tennessee Uses Cognitive Tutor across All Math Courses to Help Students and Teachers Excel in Solving Real-World Math
The Hamilton County School District, encompassing the Chattanooga, Tennessee area, has implemented Carnegie Learning mathematics solutions since participating in a math pilot of the company's Cognitive Tutor ® Algebra I during the 2001-02 school year. The challenge was to create an environment where both students and teachers were increasingly more adept at using the software and text together with the hope that they would eventually progress from the algebra readiness program, Bridge to Algebra, through Carnegie Learning's Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II curricula.
Carnegie Learning Proves Extraordinary Success in Georgetown ISD, TX
Texas was one of the first states requiring students to take and pass Algebra II in order to graduate from high school. Texas is also one of 27 states that requires an exit or end of course exam for graduation. The Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) is a standardized test used in Texas primary and secondary schools to assess students' attainment of reading, writing, math, science, and social studies skills required under Texas education standards.
Carnegie Learning Implementation Boosts Algebra I Course Success to 86%
South Plainfield High School, like every other high school in New Jersey, requires eleventh graders to take the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA). To pass this exam, students must have a proficient understanding of Algebra I and Geometry. With a good population of South Plainfield’s students taking a pre-algebra course in the ninth grade, it became a large concern that students would not excel as well on the HSPA if they did not reach an Algebra I course level by the ninth grade as recommended by education experts.
Carnegie Learning Delivers Differentiated Instruction and Individualized Learning Paths That Empower Students to Succeed in Math
As part of a district-wide pilot program initiated by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Foley Middle School, in the Madison County School District, began integrating Carnegie Learning's Bridge to Algebra software into its 6th grade math classes at the start of the 2006-2007 school year.
Success Begins with One
For students to graduate high school in the state of West Virginia, they must take four credits of math during the years they attend high school. Two of those credits must be in Algebra I and a higher level math course.