Compass Learning released the results of a national study conducted the effect of the company’s software solutions on student learning. The results indicate that students who used Compass Learning software in the 2013-14 school year were 2.3 times more likely to accelerate academically when compared with their peers, who received regular classroom instruction without the software.
The analysis, conducted in August 2014, examined nearly five million NWEA™ MAP® test scores from more than 800,000 students in almost 2,000 schools across the country. It compared beginning-of-year (Fall 2013) scores on the NWEA™ MAP® assessments to end-of-year scores (Spring 2014) on the same test.
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