2016 Harvard Study Suggests DreamBox Impact on Student Learning Outcomes
The CEPR at Harvard University study of DreamBox showed meaningful achievement gains. In particular, for every 20 minutes a student spent on DreamBox their MAP score increased by 2.5 points. Because the study indicates a linear relationship between time spent on DreamBox and achievement gains, students who use DreamBox for the recommended 60 minutes per week stand to experience an increase of 7.5 points on the MAP.
The DreamBox online curriculum program is truly innovative and is helping our schools develop mathematical thinkers.
2010 SRI International Study Shows DreamBox Has Positive Effects on Student Achievement
Results at a Glance:
- Conducted by Stanford Research Institute
- Study shows students using DreamBox scored 2.3 points higher on the NWEA assessments with gains equivalent to 5.5 percentile point in 16 weeks
- Research validated by the What Works Clearinghouse Institute of Education Sciences
Rocketship Education students using DreamBox Learsning at three Title I schools in San Jose were able to increase their national percentile ranking by an average 5.5 points after only 21 hours on the DreamBox Learning Math program.