Scientifically Based Research
Classworks has a proven track record of effectiveness. Two important studies include:
- In the Effective Programs in Elementary Mathematics: A Best-Evidence Synthesis, Classworks was named a top-rated program based on strength of effectiveness and received the highest review of all computer-assisted instruction programs in the study. This was published in the Best Evidence Encyclopedia, which is created by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Center for Data-Driven Reform in Education (CDDRE) under funding from the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
- An empirical study entitled The Effects of Classworks in the Classroom, which uses gold standard methodology from an independent third-party researcher to demonstrate measurable effects.
Additional articles, studies, and white papers that reflect Curriculum Advantage's commitment to research can be found here, to provide in-depth information about the research base behind our solutions.
- Technology in Education: Key to College and Career Readiness
- Research Basis for Classworks Universal Screeners
- Research Basis for Classworks Summative Benchmark Assessments
- Research Basis for the Classworks Tiered Instructional Model
- Principal Leadership Magazine - Peer Review Article (Copyright 2010 NASSP)
- Classworks and the Florida Continuous Improvement Model
- THE Journal - Case Study - Sand Lake
- THE Journal - Technology Drives Student Success at Alternative Education Center
- AllThingsPLC - Professional Learning Community Effectiveness Study
- State of Rhode Island Education Adequacy Study, R. C. Wood & Associates
- A Research Proven Solution
- Reading First White Paper
- A Consumers' Guide to Evaluating Core Reading Programs - An Independent Analysis
- Classworks Instructional Design
- Integrating Classworks into the Core Curriculum - Voyager Learning and Classworks
- Georgia Middle School Analysis
- Integrating Classworks into the Continuous Improvement Model
- Effective Programs in Elementary Math – A Best Evidence Synthesis (Johns Hopkins)