In 2013 Melba Luciano, the Superintendent of Osceola County School District, was looking for ways to increase student achievement in mathematics district-wide.
was at a critical point. Common Core was on the horizon. Math teachers were uncertain about their preparedness to meet the new standards. Student test scores in mathematics had plateaued.
partners with Math Solutions Professional Development to transform instruction and improve student achievement.
is a K–6 Title I school in Great Falls, Montana. Sunnyside instructs 440 students, 65% of whom qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. Many students come from single parent homes or from households where parents work more than one job.
partnered with Math Solutions in 2013 to provide additional support to elementary teachers, coaches, and
principals. The goal was to improve teacher effectiveness and student learning of mathematics. There was also a need for support in implementing the Common Core Standards.