In Your Words
"I love Classworks for many reasons, but the most prevelant is the ease with which I can find content related to grade-level Common Core State Standards. Using the Classworks program is simple, engaging, and an effective way to teach my students grade-level content. I see improvements in overall class work, and I have seen growth in their scores on the school district's assessments."
Chelsea Virostko, Teacher, Hal Smith Elementary School, Clark County School District, NV
"Classworks does not replace the teacher, it complements the teacher's ability to reach children through another modality. We have definitely seen the correlation between time-on-task in Classworks and test readiness."
Dr. James McCoy, Superintendent, Commerce City Schools, GA
"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 became much more confident in their abilities."
Stephen Edwards, Teacher, Quail Run Elementary School, Houston County, GA
"Through the use of Classworks I have been able to keep each student in my classroom actively involved in learning skills that pertain to their particular subject area, while at the same time teaching another skill to a group at a different functioning level than those on the computer."
Rhonda Pharr Howell, Teacher, Winnfield Middle School, Winn Parish, LA
"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 Elementary School, Eufaula City Schools, AL
"My students continue to make extraordinary gains in all areas on the state-level test that is given each year (Georgia's CRCT). 100% of my students have passed this test for the past two years, and I credit part of that success to Classworks."
Michelle Davis, Teacher, Quail Run Elementary School, Houston County, GA
"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, Teacher, Harold C. Johnson Elementary School, York School District 1, SC
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