Our teacher-designed curriculum aligns to U.S. and Canadian standards. +
Students gain conceptual understanding and real-world problem-solving abilities with our interactive standards-aligned online math tools in English and Spanish. DreamBox makes sense for students at grade level, and for those who need intervention or enrichment. -
Ensures concepts are understood before moving on to new lessons. +
The difference is the ongoing capture of gaps in student understanding—and then filling them. DreamBox provides continuous support of conceptual understanding, fluency, reasoning, and problem-solving skills, plus 24/7 access, to keep students building achievement. -
Actionable reports and data drive better teaching and learning. +
The unique adaptive learning platform that personalizes learning also generates what you need to know to help students meet their full potential. Teachers can more effectively target instruction, and administrators can ensure strong implementation through the use of value-added data. -
Did you hear?
Our new Insight Dashboards are here!
Change the way you connect with students. The new DreamBox Learning Insight Dashbards support teachers and administrators with role-based data and reporting that’s driven by continuous formative assessment to surface learning trends and student progress at an individual level and across grades, schools, or entire districts. Driving instructional practice has never been easier, so you can spend less time analyzing data and focusing on what you love: helping students succeed.
17% Increase in MCAS Math Proficiency
Carlton Innovation School
Between 2013 and 2014’s MCAS testing, Carlton enjoyed an increase of 17 percent in math proficiency school-wide. 12 percent more students are now considered “advanced” under their measurement while 9 percent moved out of the “warning” category.
DreamBox Learning® Secures $10 Million in Series B Funding
Owl Ventures and Tao Capital Partners Join Reed Hastings to Back Adaptive Learning Leader
DreamBox Learnin today announced the company has closed $10 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Owl Ventures and includes investment from Tao Capital Partners. The company also announced the addition of Tory Patterson, co-founder and managing partner of Owl Ventures, to its Board of Directors.
New Insight Dashboards Arriving Fall 2015!
Educators, we heard you. We know that with the right adaptive tools, you can transform the way students learn, and there’s nothing quite as powerful as understanding how to implement real-time data to track student progress, pivot instruction, and surface insights. That’s why this fall, we’re introducing a whole new way to connect with every student, every day. Our new Insight Dashboards turn data into actionable insights. Goodbye snapshots, hello learning trends.
Math with Meaning in Baltimore
Don’t take it from us! Watch the video “Math with Meaning in Baltimore” to see how Rodgers Forge Elementary in Baltimore County, Maryland, partnered with DreamBox to personalize instruction and listen to students share their stories of how they achieved learning success while engaging with DreamBox!
Increasing MAP assessment scores by 26 percent in 1 year
Middletown, New York
Students in blended learning math classrooms outperformed their peers by 26 percent and made learning gains equivalent to 21 percent (growing 1.21 years in a single year) more than expected on the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) MAP assessment.
Middle School RTI Student Make Measurable Growth
Jessamine County, Kentucky
In fewer than four months, middle school students experienced half a grade level of growth within the DreamBox Learning curriculum and are making steady progress toward closing learning gaps.
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