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Study: students see 36-65% greater gains with Imagine Learning

SEG Study Executive Summary SEG Measurement, an independent research firm, announced the completion of the first phase of a study of nearly 1,000 English language learners in grades two–five in a large California school district. Study results demonstrate that students in programs using Imagine Learning’s curriculum show greater improvement in reading than students not exposed to Imagine Learning software. The study compared growth in reading skills of students who used Imagine Learning to comparable students who did not use Imagine Learning. Students used the Imagine Learning software for approximately six months between December 2012 and June 2013. Students in second grade using Imagine Learning showed 36% greater gains in reading than students who did not use the program. Imagine Learning students in grades three–five showed 65% greater gains in reading than non-users. "Students using Imagine Learning showed statistically significant gains in reading skills and outperformed students who did not use Imagine Learning," said Scott Elliot, president of SEG Measurement. "These findings are particularly important, given that students only used Imagine learning for half of the school year. More extended use of Imagine Learning may yield even greater gains for the students."
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Vision Conference

You might have noticed lately that things have slowed down a bit on our blog, but it's not without reason. We've just all been busy preparing for our seventh annual Vision Conference, a company-wide, week-long event where we discuss company goals, train and seek professional development, and increase motivation. Oh, and not to mention service projects, team building, and a lot of fun, too. Since Imagine Learning has employees scattered across the country, Vision Conference is our opportunity to gather everyone together and focus on how we can be better in our shared goal of teaching English to the children of the world.
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