Take a stand with students on Better World Day: May 3rd, 2019

Case Studies

EL Education’s powerful curriculum and empowering professional development drive student achievement. Data snapshots of schools we’ve worked with tell a compelling story of growth in teacher competence and student performance. Partnering with EL Education gets results for schools and districts:

  • Students become engaged readers of complex text
  • English Language Learners succeed
  • Students eligible for free or reduced-priced meals make huge gains
  • Students become motivated to produce high-quality work

This is what success looks like:

A.D. Oliver Middle School, Brockport, NY

Our coaches helped language arts teachers learn to engage students and accurately assess their progress, resulting in remarkable reading proficiency gains.

Ida Jew Academies, San Jose, CA

We provided intensive coaching for novice teachers and a curriculum designed for equity. Literacy scores for English Language Learners and economically disadvantaged students soared.

Scintilla Charter Academy, Valdosta, GA

Our model for engaged, purposeful learning, and our language arts curriculum helped this charter school elementary outpace the reading achievement of peers in its  district and state.

Centennial: A School for Expeditionary Learning, Denver, CO

Our strategic planning with leaders and professional development for teachers helped this elementary school create a culture in which students produce high-quality work.

Conway Elementary, Escondido, CA

EL Education established a school design partnership with this elementary school, offering professional learning opportunities to teachers that resulted in huge ELA gains for students. 

Ripley Central School, Ripley, NY

This school in rural New York saw remarkable gains in ELA proficiency and student character measures after we partnered with them to implement EL Education’s Language Arts curriculum in grades 3–6 and build school culture through crew.