Freckle Increases Math Scores in Elementary Students

| November 25, 2018

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Freckle Education is a math and reading comprehension program designed to meet the needs of every learner in K-8 classrooms. With cross-curricular math and reading lessons, adaptive math and reading comprehension programs, assessments, and more, Freckle offers teachers a complete suite of Math and ELA resources.This study focuses specifically on the usage of the adaptive math program offered by Freckle. When starting on the program, students take a diagnostic to determine what areas they excel in and what areas they would benefit from practicing further. As they continue to practice, Freckle adapts to each student’s learning patterns. This ensures that they are always facing material that is both challenging and engaging.

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