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Edgenuity’s Math Solution Receives DOE Recognition

Edgenuity today announced that its Odyssey® Math program shows “evidence of a positive effect” according to the U.S. Department of Education (DOE).
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Edgenuity today announced that its Odyssey® Math program shows “evidence of a positive effect” according to the U.S. Department of Education (DOE). The positive rating, given by DOE’s What Works Clearinghouse, was based on a review of three studies in grades 4-8, with researchers finding medium to large evidence for its conclusion.

Odyssey® Math – the foundation for Edgenuity’s Pathblazer® - is a comprehensive math program administered in schools nationwide from grades K-8. In August 2016 Edgenuity acquired Compass Learning, which created Odyssey Math and enhanced the product under the new name, Pathblazer. 

In January 2017, the What Works Clearinghouse reviewed three studies that documented the impact of Odyssey Math on the achievement of 2,768 students in 41 schools. Two of the studies met the What Works Clearinghouse’s rating of having “evidence standards without reservations.”

To read the report, click here.To learn more about Pathblazer, click here.

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