About The Program

Proven to Raise Achievement for Struggling Students!

Grades 2–12                     

 Endorsed by CASE


Academy of MATH® is an intensive, online intervention program for students struggling with math.  This dynamic program uses systematic instruction that begins with simple concepts and moves to more complex skills. Ongoing assessment and progress monitoring provide robust data to inform instruction and show students' progress.

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Meeting Math Objectives                Bringing Math Success to Our Students


Help students make permanent gains with

  • research-proven curricula that develop procedural fluency.
  • real-time, formative data that drives instruction.
  • personalized instruction that gives every student exactly what they need.
  • dynamic learning platform that motivates reluctant students.
  • flexible pacing that fits into a variety of schedules: 30 minutes, 3–5 days per week.

Build Foundational Skills

Academy of MATH breaks complex math tasks into manageable pieces. Students learn using a structured and sequential approach, as they acquire skills one by one. These skills will help them tackle the increasingly challenging content they will encounter in school and on assessments.
  • Operations and Algebraic Thinking develops number and operational sense in a way that fosters algebraic thinking.
  • Number and Operations in Base Ten uses place value to develop computational strategies in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • Number and Operations – Fractions expands students' computational strategies to include fractions and decimals.
  • Measurement and Data reinforces students' number and operation skills while they learn to work with measurement units for attributes such as length, area, volume, capacity, weight/mass, angles, time, temperature, and money.
  • Geometry develops a strong foundation in geometric concepts moving from simple to complex.
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