Math4ALL (in development) aims to help eliminate the language barrier to advancement in math for students who are English language learners (also called ESL) in U.S. schools. This massively multilingual math practice software program is needed now more than ever.
Research shows that these students are the least educated population in U.S. school s and are critically underserved. The percentage of 4th grade English language learners who score below the "Basic" level in math (the lowest level) is 44%. Unfortunately, by the 8th grade, 69% of these students score below "Basic."
Far too many of these students never have the chance to keep pace with their English-speaking peers, so they fall behind and stay behind.
Math4ALL addresses this by being a highly inclusive, research-based, STEM math software program designed to level the acad emic playing field. It aims to put them on track toward achieving fluency and proficiency in math while they are learning English.
Plus, Math4ALL is not just for students learning English. With content covering kindergarten level through pre-algebra, it is equally appropriate for English-speaking students, pre-K through adult, and special ed through gifted. It is designed for use in schools and homes — both online and offline.
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• Assessment module
Without an assessment tool that tells educators the academic level of each English language learner, educators are in the dark as to what they know and don't know. Math4ALL will pinpoint each of these student's academic level and automatically start them on a path of learning.
• Math practice module
Its extremely compelling, high-productivity, research-based format will accelerate students’ ability to do math and help them achieve fluency, proficiency, and confidence in math.
• Student progress tracking
Dashboards will show robust performance metrics for daily improvement of individual students up to entire school districts in aggregate.
• Student comparative data
Educators and parents will see how individual students compare to their peer groups (school, district, state, and country) by percentile on a topic-by-topic basis and overall.
• Math competitions
Students will have the opportunity to participate in math competitions using the math practice format of the software — from class-wide, school-wide, and district-wide up to nationwide — in real time and over time.
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