Results & Success Stories
See how Pearson products and services have contributed to student success in high school, college, career, and beyond.
Louisiana State University
LSU’s College Readiness Program for math offers a dual enrollment option in which high school students earn credit for both an LSU course and a high school course at the same time. When the program began in 2010 they were partnering with 3 local high schools, with an enrollment of 31 students. By Spring 2021, the program has grown to include 70 high schools and over 2,000 students each year.
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Dobyns-Bennett High School
Seeking a digital platform with a high level of rigor, Dr. Brian Tate, administrator and math department head at Dobyns-Bennett High School chose MathXL® for School. The variety of resources within the platform enable students to use it for practice, homework, pre-testing, retesting, quizzes, remediation, and study plans. Whether kids are struggling or need to be challenged, use of MathXL for School can help students increase performance and content mastery.
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Doral Academy Preparatory School
Averaging 3,400 students, Doral Academy Preparatory School is always looking for ways to meet the diverse capabilities of its vast student body. MyMathLab® for School (MyMathLab) has been a game changer for the school — giving students an abundance of resources, helping teachers better solve long-standing problems, easing the transition from in-person to online learning, and much more.
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San Diego High School
Nichole Raiewski, a math teacher and department chair at San Diego High School, has been using MyMathLab for School in her classes for two semesters and has found it invaluable in informing instruction, supporting student learning, and helping keep her students motivated.
North Dakota’s State School Superintendent, Kirsten Baesler, identified two high school instructional programs that can save time and money for students who plan to attend a North Dakota college after they graduate from high school. The programs, College Ready English and Math (CREAM) and College Lab for English and Math (CLEM), both target high school seniors to ensure students are well prepared to take English and math classes for credit during their freshman year at a North Dakota college, instead of paying for non-credit remediation classes.
Arizona State University
SRI International researchers worked with Arizona State University where students used MyLab Math in an introductory mathematics course across three campuses.They found increased attempts, higher average scores on quizzes and tests, and mastering a higher number of courseware learning objectives were associated with statistically significant higher course grades.
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Rio Salado College
SRI International worked with Rio Salado College, where students were using MyLab Foundational Skills in a course between 2014–2015. They found that after controlling for student-level background characteristics, the number of homework attempts and number of learning objectives mastered were significantly associated with course grades and completion.
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Hennepin Technical College
Students in Hennepin Technical College’s 6-week summer enrichment program using ACCUPLACER®//MyLab Foundational Skills® as the primary courseware achieved skills gains across the board in reading, writing, and math as measured by diagnostic pre- and post-tests. Among students surveyed, 96% responded that they were very satisfied or extremely satisfied with the summer enrichment program.
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Campbellsville, Howard, Dunham, Riverside, and St. John Vianney High Schools
High school teachers from around the nation report programmatic success and qualitative student improvement with MyMathLab® and MathXL®.
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Sherwood Middle School and Louisiana State University's College Readiness Program
Sherwood Middle School teacher Darlene Ford taught two of her four sections of Algebra 1 using Pearson’s MathXL for School, and two sections using another online learning program. After seeing a gain in scores, Sherwood Middle School administration selected MathXL for all of its Algebra I students. The administration reported that MathXL offered more benefits, including accessibility from home, accessibility by parents, insights into student behavior, and defensible grading.
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