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Frisco Independent School District has used the Carnegie Learning Math Solution with Professional Learning services for four years, and the change has been significant. Chantelle Elliott, the District Math Coordinator, says, "The kids have a lot more stamina and are willing to stick with something a bit longer. They're not so reliant on the teacher, but look to each other for information. They not only have the mathematical skills, but problem-solving skills too." In 2016, 91% of Frisco ISD students met state standards on the STAAR exam.
Frankfort School District 157-C has used the Carnegie Learning Middle School Math Solution for five years, and its students are outperforming state averages on the PARCC in mathematics. Since 2015, all middle school grades have shown steady, year-over-year improvement, representing at minimum an increase of 22% more students ready for the next grade level.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools has partnered with Carnegie Learning for more than 15 years to increase student math achievement in the district. After independent research conducted by the Reliability Group showed that students using the Carnegie Learning curriculum scored significantly higher on the FCAT than students using a different curriculum, Miami-Dade selected Carnegie Learning as a partner to implement their innovative iPrep Math Model with a Race to the Top Grant.
Whitley County Middle School has used the Carnegie Learning Middle School Math Solution for the past nine years. Their students have consistently surpassed state averages on the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) Test in Math.
The School District of Philadelphia, the eighth largest district in the U.S, partners with Carnegie Learning to provide innovative professional learning to their teachers. Since Summer 2016, our Transformers have worked with approximately 1,000 Philadelphia educators. Through instructional coaching, a Summer Institute featuring over 140 breakout sessions, and math content professional learning academies, this partnership is positively impacting student learning district-wide.
Carnegie Learning has partnered with the West Virginia Department of Education Office of Special Programs since 2011 to provide professional learning to West Virginia teachers. The first cohort included 119 educators and was representative of 35 counties from across the state. Educators gave Carnegie Learning Transformers the highest ratings of all quality measures, and the Year 1 pre/post Learning Mathematics for Teaching Assessment found statistically and practically significant mathematics content and pedagogical knowledge gains.