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ESSA Evidence

Statistically 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.

Significant positive effects for grade 3-12 Imagine Math users

Imagine Math users were over three times more likely than non-users to be categorized as proficient on a statewide mathematics assessment.

Positive growth for Imagine Math users in grades 3-8

Students who used Imagine Math were more likely than non-users to achieve higher placement levels on the STAAR mathematics assessment.

Improved student outcomes shown in STEM Action Center Evaluation

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

Additional Evidence of Effectiveness

Improved math performance in Los Angeles County Office of Education

Imagine Math users in LACOE showed that the longer they used the program, the more problems they answered correctly on the first try.

Improved performance on the ACT Aspire Test

In Lott Middle School, statistical analyses revealed that Imagine Math users improved, on average, by 11 percent on the ACT aspire Test.

Positive Quantile growth for Imagine Math students

Completing one or more lessons per week lead to a 57% increase in average Quantile score.

Imagine Math Texas Statewide Impact Report: 2016-2017

Across the state of Texas, Imagine Math users achieved greater quantile score growth with increased use of the program.

Imagine Math Texas Statewide Impact Report: 2017-2018

Imagine Math students in the state of Texas achieved an average quantile score growth of 128Q over the school year.

Imagine Math National Impact Report: 2017-2018

Across the nation, the use of Imagine Math leads to substantial Quantile gains.

Increased Performance on PARCC for Maryland Imagine Math Students

Over 1,000 students in Maryland that used Imagine Math demonstrated improvements in proficiency scores on the PARCC math assessment.

Logic Model

Imagine Math Logic Model

This model shows the interrelationship between program features, implementation activities, & desired student and teacher outcomes

Current Research


California Efficacy Research

During the 2017-2018 school year, SEG Measurement is collaborating with Imagine Learning to conduct an efficacy study including students in grades 4-5.