Nov 28, 2016
I am increasingly fascinated by the world of EdTech. Technology is not disrupting classrooms it's improving them, and it's not replacing teachers it's actually helping them with an entire range of tools to offer a whole new level of education.
Achieve3000 provides the only patented, cloud-based solutions that deliver daily differentiated instruction for nonfiction reading and writing that’s precisely tailored to each student’s Lexile® reading level.
Achieve3000 is the leader in online differentiated instruction, serving millions of students worldwide. For nearly 15 years, the company has been reaching students at their precise Lexile® reading levels to deliver significant reading gains—often double-to-triple the expected gains.
The Achieve 3000 free app enables access to Achieve3000 lessons for all students with active KidBiz3000, TeenBiz3000, and Empower3000 subscriptions.
Essentially Achieve3000 is using technology to accelerate literacy and help students achieve lifelong success.
Renaissance is on a mission to accelerate learning for all. Renaissance’s purpose is grounded in these core beliefs: They believe everyone can be a successful learner and that learning is a growth process: a continual journey from year to year, and for a lifetime.
The company is armed with a conviction that empowering teachers is integral to student success. Every student should have the chance to reach his or her full potential.
Globally, teachers trust Renaissance to spark tremendous math and reading growth. Renaissance helps ensure all students reach their full potential. Students receive the unique attention and quick feedback they need to meet their goals.
Monitoring student progress is easier than you’ve ever imagined thanks to the combination of precise growth data with state-specific, scientifically proven learning progressions.
Saki Dodelson CEO of Achieve3000 and Jack Lynch CEO at Renaissance chat about their partnership, their solutions for learning analytics, differentiated literacy instruction and how they intend to create the school of the future.