ReSolve will help us learn how best to use digital math products to complement teacher-led instruction and accelerate 4th and 5th graders’ math learning. The study is being funded by the U.S. Department of Education and is being conducted by MDRC in collaboration with its partners at Digital Promise, Public Strategies, RAND, and Westat.
The study team will be working with two digital math products, Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready and Personalized Instruction and Renaissance Learning’s Star Math Assessment and Freckle, which were selected through a competitive review process for their promise in addressing unfinished learning in math. Schools selected to participate in this study will be given free access to one of these cutting-edge adaptive digital math products and implementation support for the 2024-25 and 2025-26 school years. Participation is a cost-free way for your district to try a quality digital math product to see if it works for you, while also contributing to critical learning at a national level about the most effective ways to help accelerate student math learning.