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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Excel Math—Bringing Success to Title I Schools

The first weekend in February, administrators and educators from around the country will gather here in sunny San Diego, California for the National Title I Conference. Excel Math will be here, too. Be sure to stop by Booth #417 (at the San Diego Convention Center) and say hello to Bob and Brad.

Warm up in San Diego at the National Title I Conference!

Title I is the nation’s largest federally funded pre-college education program. It provides more than $19 billion to the nation’s school districts to supplement the education of disadvantaged children. 

Title I funds pay for curriculum materials, professional development services, resources to increase family involvement and many other educational purchases.

Excel Math offers low-cost professional development for math educators. Read more about Excel Math Professional Development here: cost effective, targeted, professional and informative.

Excel Math has been effectively used in Title I programs (both as a supplement and in a core position) for years. Excel Math lessons give teachers the resources they need to help every child succeed and achieve (at high levels) in elementary mathematics. Here's what one teacher wrote to share with us:

"My sixth graders showed an average of 41% one year growth in test scores using the Excel Math program. Our results were so phenomenal that groups of educators would come to observe and film us. For me the key difference your program offers is the consumable worksheets with CheckAnswers. Students are immediately forced to confront their thinking and errors. My students typically grow in their ability to persevere as a result of this rigor. For most students this process results in them eventually turning in all of their problems correct with a few questions which can quickly be addressed afterward in what is an ideal teachable moment." — Teacher on the West Coast

Visit Excel Math at the Convention Center in San Diego, California for the National Title I Conference beginning February 2. Stop by Booth #417 and talk to Bob or Brad. And while you're taking a look at the new math lessons . . . try some chocolate! Be sure to ask for your free gift.

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