SRI Study Shows ASSISTments Closes the Learning Gap
An objective independent research organization, SRI International, published a peer-review journal article reporting that ASSISTments
caused students to learn 75% more on a standardized test of math achievement,
compared to what they would have learned in a typical school year. ASSISTments also helped close persistent achievement gaps.
We are proud to get this amazing validation and want to thank the 80+ teachers that agreed to be randomly assigned to control or treatment.
Due to this validation,
WPI has donated
two programmers to expand our reach.
Learn more about the study results