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Student Achievement

Reasoning Mind students achieve a deep conceptual knowledge of mathematics, which translates to success across multiple measures.

AT-RISK TEXAS STUDENTS
CLOSE GAP ON STAAR
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Reasoning Mind was awarded a contract from the state of Texas to serve at-risk students at no cost to the schools. To measure our success, we evaluated the performance of 4th graders in those districts.

Students in the schools that used a Reasoning Mind program grew significantly more than the average Texas student on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR), despite being at risk. The percentage of students who passed the STAAR in these schools increased by an average of 8 percentage points, while passing rates in the state were flat.

MORE OBJECTIVES MET,
MORE GROWTH IN CALIFORNIA
 
 
 
 
In Compton USD, 4th-grade students who used a Reasoning Mind program improved their scores on California's Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) exam by 214% more than the Compton USD average overall.
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We also analyzed the relationship between the number of objectives they mastered and the change in their STAR scores year over year. More Objectives Met corresponded to more improvement on STAR scores.

Students who met the most objectives averaged 386% more improvement than the typical Compton USD student.

STUDENTS SHOW MORE GAINS
ON SINGAPORE MATH TEST
 
The Singapore Math placement test measures computational skills and algebraic reasoning. In a quasi-experimental trial, a portion of 2nd-, 4th-, and 5th-grade students in Cabell County, WV, took assessments based on the Singapore test at the beginning, middle, and end of the academic year.

The Reasoning Mind cohort posted bigger gains on the posttest than students in the control group in all three grades.
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WV STUDENTS OUTPERFORM
PEERS ON WESTEST
 
5th-Grade Cohort, Pleasant Valley ES
Percentage of Proficient Students
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After just one year of using a Reasoning Mind program, a group of 5th-grade students at Pleasant Valley Elementary School in Marion County, WV, outperformed a control group on the WESTEST by a wide margin.

The Reasoning Mind group saw an increase of 7 percentage points in the number of students achieving proficiency. The non–Reasoning Mind group, by contrast, finished 3 percentage points lower.
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