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Montgomery County Schools to Use i-Ready as Part of District’s i3 Grant Project

Curriculum Associates has partnered with Montgomery County Schools (MCS) in Troy, NC to help the district implement a new development program funded by a three-year Investing in Innovation (i3) Fund grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready® Diagnostic & Instruction online program for reading and mathematics will be a part of the district’s new A Culture Creating Effective Systems for Success (ACCESS) program, which was designed to create a district-wide culture of technology-based education.

ACCESS will provide the rural district with teaching and learning resources that can be accessed anytime, anywhere; expand the reach of effective teachers through connected teaching, instructional redesign and professional learning; and, create a process for teachers and students to access assessment data to improve instruction and monitor student progress. With the recently awarded $3.5 million grant, and support through its partnerships with education companies and local organizations, MCS will implement the ACCESS program and provide students with more technology-enabled tools to use in school and at home, including computers for each of its middle and high school students and i-Ready.

“The leadership team at MCS understands the power of edtech in the teaching and learning process,” said Rob Waldron, CEO of Curriculum Associates. “Being a recipient of the i3 grant is a great accomplishment for the district and further underscores its dedication to providing the resources needed to help all students and teachers succeed. We look forward to our ongoing partnership with MCS as they implement a best practice program that can be replicated by other districts across the country.”

Built for the Common Core, i-Ready combines a measure and personalized instruction in one online product.The adaptive diagnostic for grades K–12 pinpoints student needs and generates a combination of online instruction for grades K–8 and downloadable teacher-led lessons, in addition to providing targeted skill instruction support through mobile apps.

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