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EL Education:

10 million+

Downloads

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Literacy Partners

400+

Schools

210,000+

Students

45

States + DC

“EL Education students engage in meaningful,

challenging work that prepares them as leaders
for today and tomorrow.”

Ron Berger , Chief Academic Officer, EL Education

Sustaining Effective Teacher Practice

In a “Gold Standard”study funded by a U.S. Department of Education Investing in Innovation (i3) grant, Mathematica Policy Research found that teachers in EL Education Literacy Curriculum Partnerships sustained their gains in a second year. 

Teachers asked higher-order thinking questions:

Teachers asked students to cite evidence from the text:

Students analyzed texts for themes, plot or character motives:

Literacy Curriculum Partnerships Driving Student Success

Districts and schools across the country partner with us to bring our acclaimed K-8 Language Arts Curriculum into their classrooms, like these two from our library of case studies.

In rural Ripley, New York, student achievement has risen dramatically since the district initiated a Literacy Curriculum Partnership with EL Education in 2015. All students, including those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, have made large gains. Conway Elementary School in Escondido, California began a Literacy Curriculum Partnership with EL Education in 2014-2015. Just two years later, Conway students posted a 27-point gain in ELA

results. Simultaneously, they reported the lowest suspension rate in the district.

Ripley Central School District, Ripley, NY / Economically Disadvantaged Students Meeting or Exceeding Proficient (NYS ELA Test Results 2015-17)

Conway Elementary, Escondido, CA / CAASPP ELA Results: All Students, Grades 3-5

EdReports: Highest Rated K-5 Curriculum Standards Alignment, Quality, and Usability

Highest score for a K-5 ELA curriculum from leading independent reviewer EdReports, receiving 96% of available points.

K-5 ELA Curriculum Scores by EdReports: