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California students using Imagine Language & Literacy demonstrate increased performance on NWEA MAP assessment

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Imagine Language & Literacy students in California surpass national norms on state assessments
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A recent study of test results from a large California school district showed substantial growth in reading scores for students using Imagine Language & Literacy. 

The study, which used NWEA® MAP® scores from beginning and end of the school year assessments, found that students who used Imagine Language & Literacy for an average of almost twenty-four hours during the year surpassed national norms in all grade levels. 

In addition, the data showed that English Language Learners (ELLs) not only had similar growth to non-ELLs but showed greater growth when compared to all users of Imagine Language & Literacy in grades 3–5. 

These findings suggest that pre-K through fifth grade students who use Imagine Language & Literacy with fidelity would also score higher on reading assessments, and that ELLs may experience added benefits from using the digital educational program.

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The data measured achievement for pre-K through fifth grade students from fifteen elementary schools using Imagine Language & Literacy as a supplemental instructional tool during the 2017–2018 school year.

The NWEA® is a not-for-profit organization that supports pre-K–12 students and educators worldwide by providing assessment solutions, reports, and research services. MAP® Growth™ measures student performance via with the RIT scale, a precise tool that gives an accurate personalized assessment of growth over time.

For more information, read the study results here.

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