Driving Results.

Classworks has a record of achievement in making a positive difference in school districts across the country. The proof is in the pudding. (Our new product, Classbloom, is launching summer 2017! Come back soon to start learning about how Classbloom is driving success.)

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Featured Successes

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Pinkston Middle School, AR
Medium district (500-5,000 students)
Middle School
ELA and Math

Pinkston Middle School has successfully used Classworks since 2012 for both remediation and on- and above-grade level instruction. Making teacher adoption an important focus of implementation and continually looking for new ways to implement Classworks in the classroom has contributed to their award-winning status.

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Kershaw County Middle Schools Show Remarkable Growth
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Middle School
ELA and Math

In 2014, Kershaw County, a South Carolina school district, chose Classworks as a districtwide resource to support teachers with closing achievement gaps. The district administers the NWEA MAP assessment three times per year to measure growth and determine which students need intervention. Using MAP assessment results, Classworks delivers custom reading and math lessons matched to students’ specific needs. Kershaw teachers are able to start interventions much earlier in the year, with tremendous results.

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Teamwork, Determination and Quality Instruction Lead to Success
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Elementary
ELA and Math

Webb Elementary School was awarded the CLAS Banner School Award for growth in academic performance during the 2014 - 2015 school year. The CLAS Award recognizes schools with outstanding educational programs that demonstrate proven success during the school year. Within Houston County Schools, Webb Elementary (WES) achieved the most gains during the 2014 - 2015 school year – a remarkable achievement for a school that was named an Alabama Focus School just one year prior.

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A History of Success

Classworks is used every year by more than one million students and hundreds of thousands of teachers. That speaks volumes! Here are more examples of how we're transforming learning in schools and districts.

Chattahoochee County Middle School, GA
Small district (under 500 students)
Middle School
Reading and Math

Students at Chattahoochee County Middle School have enjoyed exceptional success in comparison to their peers in other schools throughout the area. In the fall of 2012, they became one of only two middle schools in the region named to Georgia's High Progress School Rewards list.

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Tullahoma City Schools, TN
Medium district (500-5,000 students)
Elementary
Reading and Math

From 2011 to 2012, Tullahoma City Schools’ students who used Classworks achieved measurably higher gains on the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Achievement Test in Mathematics and Reading/Language Arts than those students who did not use Classworks.

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Anderson County Schools, TN
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Elementary
Reading and Math

From 2011 to 2012, Anderson County Schools’ students who used Classworks achieved measurably higher gains on the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Achievement Test in Mathematics and Reading/Language Arts than those students who did not use Classworks.

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York School District One, SC
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Elementary
Math

When compared to NWEA’s Mean Growth Norms, determined by comparing the RIT Scale Norm Score “Beginning-of-Year Mean” to the “End-of-Year Mean,” York intervention students who used Classworks for at least seven hours during the school year exceeded the projected growth on every grade level. Classworks Master Users, Classworks Users who maintained at least a 70% average, typically saw the most growth — in many cases doubling the NWEA Growth Norm.

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Clark County School District, NV
Extra-large district (over 50,000 students)
Elementary
Reading and Math

Clark County School District began implementing Classworks in fall, 2011. The schools are utilizing both the Classworks Assessments and Classworks Instruction. The primary implementation was for 42 SLD and SEC classrooms in the district, approximately 2,000 students.

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Tuscaloosa City Schools, AL
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Elementary
Reading and Math

Tuscaloosa City Schools Superintendent, Dr. Paul McKendrick, describes his experience with Classworks while noting the results his district has seen. After just one year with Classworks, Tuscaloosa City Schools has had student growth across the board. These results were solidifed when, for the first time in years, Tuscaloosa made AYP as a district.

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Dothan City Schools, AL
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Elementary
Reading, ELA, and Math

Classworks implementation in Dothan City Schools began with just two elementary schools before expanding to 15 schools across the district. Classworks Summative Benchmark Assessment was used to gauge student learning relevant to content standards. In both Mathematics and Language Arts/Reading, Classworks Users and Classworks Master Users demonstrated more growth from winter 2013 to spring 2013 than Non-Users.

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Muscogee County School District, GA
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Middle School
ELA and Math

For the 2012-2013 school year, Muscogee County administrators worked with Classworks to identify targeted student groups at both the elementary and middle school levels using the previous year's CRCT scores. Classworks was then used as a comprehensive Response to Intervention (RtI) solution for the targeted struggling students. Improvement was demonstrated by these students on the 2013 CRCT by moving from the Did Not Meet category to either Meets or Exceeds.

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Ector County Independent School District, TX
Large district (5,000-50,000 students)
Elementary
Reading and Math

ECISD has successfully integrated technology to meet the needs of students at all levels of learning. Using state-provided programs for Tier 1 and district-purchased Classworks for Tiers 2 and 3 students, ECISD has proven that multiple programs can combine to achieve success.

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Commerce City Schools, GA
Medium district (500-5,000 students)
Middle School
ELA and Math

Commerce City, together with Classworks, created a long-term plan for success in 2006. Since then, Commerce City has experienced tremendous success due to the dedication of administrators and teachers working with the Classworks team. Commerce City continues to embrace new, beneficial ways to integrate Classworks into their typical school day, maximizing their investment and success.

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He Got His Confidence Back! One Student's Classworks Story
Medium district (500-5,000 students)
Middle School
ELA and Math

“Dustin received well over a passing score, Mrs. Cavannah. He did very well!” Gail Greenway, Principal at Swainsboro Middle School, emotionally shared the news of Dustin Cavannah’s success on 2013-2014 end-of-year tests. It was the news his mother had waited a long time to hear. Dustin was a seventh grader at Swainsboro Middle School. For years he struggled with high stakes tests and had not been able to get a passing score. Mrs. Cavannah was proactive—always looking for ways to provide Dustin with additional support. But she could see that he was becoming disheartened with school overall. Then came the exciting news about the 2013-2014 test. What led to his success after so much difficulty? Read about how Classworks helped Dustin gain his confidence back.

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Hear what teachers, superintendents and administrators say about our products.

I thought I was looking for the unicorn, digital lessons aligned to my standards that get my kids excited to learn. Classbloom met my high expectations and didn’t require me to sit at a training for hours before I could use it. My students and I were able to dive right in.

Amanda Tulgetske
Mountain Home School District

The reading and math lessons prepare my students for what they will see on their high stakes test. Not only are the problems similar, but they have a variety of tools to solve them. Students have to explain their thinking and do error analysis. That’s so valuable!

Jennifer Geyer
Gwinnett County Schools

"Classworks challenges students in a fun way based on the grade-level in which they can work. Since the work is independent, students are unaware of some of the learning challenges others may face. This is important to the self-esteem of my students."

Dephne McNeely
York School District 1

"One of the best parts about the program is the fact that it is so easy to learn and accessible. It is user- and teacher-friendly and all-encompassing. I am addicted to the program as an educator."

Lynne Baker
Eufaula City Schools

"Classworks has been helping my class work more efficiently for five years now. Through the use of this program, my students have strengthened weaknesses, had a ton of fun, and become much more confident in their abilities."

Stephen Edwards
Houston County

"We have had excellent support and communication from the Classworks team – from selection to implementation."

Margaret Wilks
Paris School District

"I have found Classworks to be an outstanding academic tool in planning and monitoring student achievement. The data provided is invaluable to both teachers and principals."

Veronica Collins
Muscogee County School District

"Classworks is the key to the success of Tupelo Public Schools Response to Intervention program. Student achievement is being greatly impacted by the interweaving of Classworks into the intervention system."

Amy Ferguson
Tupelo Public School District

"Classworks enhances our district’s academic offerings and effectiveness."

Tom Parker
Jefferson City Schools

"Many of our families have started using Classworks at home so we are seeing an increase in the time students spend in the program. What a great tool for learning at home!"

Chris Germain
Gaston County School District

"Classworks continues to evolve and grow with us. Every year we are amazed at the power of Classworks to help our students succeed."

Dr. Dan Lawson
Tullahoma City Schools

"Motivating middle school students is sometimes difficult. Using Classworks has gotten students excited about learning."

Anne Lamb
Jefferson County School District

Classworks is one of the most user friendly platforms I've ever seen. Not only are the principals excited, the teachers are thrilled. I've been an educator for over forty years and Classworks has really revitalized my vision for school with our children of technology. It's fun and practical.

Erin Weaver
Bibb County School District

"Not only do my students use Classworks in our classroom, but they also use it as homework multiple nights per week. Classworks gave my sixth graders the opportunity to reinforce their learning at home with 21st century assignments."

Cheryl Cornejo
Montebello Unified School District

"I didn’t know how I was going to handle the increased rigor, but Classworks instruction helps me break down a skill so that my whole class can understand and build on it."

Shannon Melton
Gwinnett County Public Schools

"Classworks has been a rejuventating resource for our administrators, teachers, and students from the initial training and throughout the screening process to the Individualized Learning Paths, user-friendly reports, and progress monitoring tools. Classworks has provided our teachers with a variety of resources to meet the learning needs of ALL students!"

Elisabeth Davis
Eufala City Schools

"Classworks has a number of robust features that give teachers the ability to differentiate instruction for students. And, because it can be used in direct instruction as well as for remediation or enrichment, Classworks enables teachers to truly personalize instruction in their classrooms."

J. Alvin Wilbanks
Gwinnett County Public Schools

"Classworks has evolved tremendously since the first time we implemented it. We are reinvigorated by your focus on classroom resources to support teachers combined with new partnerships that enhance the individualized learning."

Dr. Freddie Williamson
Hoke County Schools

"The decision to go with Classworks as a tool to differentiate instruction and provide our teachers with a formative assessment tool has proven to be one of the best decisions we have made."

Greg Deal
Anderson County Schools

“We have received a lot of professional development about teaching to the new math standards, but I saw them come to life with Applied Mathematics. The problems are already differentiated so I don’t have to struggle to find lessons that will help all my students grasp the concept I’m teaching. In just a couple of months I have seen the confidence level of my students increase tremendously!”

Taylor Way
Houston County Schools