Personalized learning

Imagine Math is a rigorous, standards-aligned math program that personalizes learning for each student. Students are immersed in a language-​rich curriculum that uses data to scaffold concepts for each learner, ultimately​ leading to deep understanding and college- and career-readiness. Because the system is adaptive, students learn in their zone of proximal development with the right degree of challenge. Imagine Math was intentionally created to ​support the Universal Design for Learning with instruction that is supported by meaningful practice.

Learn more about the anatomy of an​ Imagine Math lesson.​​

Take a look at our pathways and standards alignment guides.



Live, Certified, Bilingual Teachers

Technology is a powerful tool for collecting data and informing instruction, but nothing can replace the power of an educator when it comes to identifying a student’s precise point of mathematical understanding and providing personal intervention.

Within Imagine Math, live, certified, bilingual math teachers foster productive struggle while ensuring that students get the help they need. Learn more about the qualifications required for Imagine Math teachers.

Proactive Intervention

Imagine Math monitors students’ progress throughout each problem. Students are sometimes hesitant to seek help, even in situations where productive struggle might be turning into frustration. Imagine Math’s Proactive Intervention system prompts struggling students with a reminder that there’s a live teacher ready to help—ensuring students feel supported and confident in their learning.

Support for English Learners

Imagine Math supports all learners including English learners (ELs) by providing supports and scaffolds that encourage success in math learning. Research has proven Imagine Math is effective for helping ELs across the nation improve in math proficiency. Some of the supports incorporated into Imagine Math include:

  • Rigorous tasks including journaling opportunities and application tasks
  • Productive struggle supported by math helps, online teachers, and proactive intervention
  • Multiple representations such as models, symbols, and diagrams
  • Academic language supported through journaling, application tasks, and online teachers trained in facilitating mathematical discourse.
  • Strategic scaffolding such as first-language support, exemplars, sentence stems, and contextualized vocabulary

Learn more about how Imagine Math supports English learners by meeting the Council of the Great City Schools’ pre-determined quality criteria for EL math materials.

Read our white paper on The Complexities of Math Learning for All Language Learners.


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Quantile Framework

The Quantile® Framework for Mathematics is a universal scale for both assessment and ​instruction that is widely accepted for interpreting student performance.

Imagine Math assessments ​are aligned to Quantile measures and provide educators with a reliable measure ​of student readiness to learn specific concepts. It can also be used as a tool to​ tailor instruction. This scale customizes Imagine Math pathways and provides rich data to inform instruction. 

Math Tools

When students are able to explore why math works, they’re able to build enduring conceptual understanding.

Imagine Math’s Bar Model, Number Line, Fraction Shapes, and Fraction Pieces are available to help students make sense of problems and for teachers to implement as a part of their instruction​. 

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Application Tasks & Math Journaling Tools

Imagine Math Application Tasks are designed to foster communication and mathematical discourse. They provide opportunities for students to solve multi-step problems connecting math to the real world through science, technology, art, and music.​

Each task is supported by resources including rubrics and graphic organizers that teachers can use to provide scaffolds and language supports, ensuring multiple points of entry so that all students can experience success in problem solving.

Student Quote, "I was a good student in high school in every way, except math. Imagine Math gave me the support I needed to get into Texas Tech and keep up."
Support for High School

Math proficiency is an essential life skill especially as the number of STEM-related jobs continues to rise each year. ​We want to help you ensure that every high school student has the opportunity to develop both competence and confidence in math.

Imagine Math has high school support with integrated pathways for students in Geometry, Algebra I, High School Math I, and High School Math II. In addition, we provide college test prep pathways.

Actionable Data
Want to quickly identify your students' strengths and gaps in mathematics? 


The Overview Report offers a helpful overview of students’ usage and classroom performance, helping educators identify performance patterns while they track usage.

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Drill down with Standards Reports


Identify specific challenges and opportunities at both the individual and class level through a set of drill-down reports. These reports show which standards are areas of concern for students so teachers can plan their next strategy. 

See the Imagine Math Alignment Guides

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Track student progress


How are remediation lessons helping students with their grade-level lessons? Which lessons were passes and fails? Find the answers in the Student Progress Reports, and see how a student’s performance is changing over time.

Significant positive impact for Imagine Math users

Grade 3–8 Imagine Math users in Texas made statistically greater gains on the STAAR assessment than non-users.

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Improved student outcomes in STEM Action Center Evaluation

Imagine Math users are 33% more likely than their peers to be proficient.

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Interested in more studies showing Imagine Math’s impact?

Check our our Imagine Math Research page and see how students grow and achieve with Imagine Math.

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Want to go deeper?

Now that you know more about Imagine Math, it’s time to try it yourself.