Exploratory Analysis of Students' Mathematics Achievement After Using Freckle

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From the abstract: "WestEd--a nonpartisan, nonprofit research, development, and service agency--partnered with Freckle to explore whether students who use Freckle exhibitdifferent mathematics achievement outcomes than students who do not use Freckle. A rural school shared data on Freckle adoption and student scores on the Northwest Evaluation Association's (NWEA) Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) in mathematics with Freckle. WestEd used these data to conduct an independent analysis to determine whether or not Freckle use was associated with higher NWEA MAP test scores. Results are consistent with the hypothesis that using Frecklein the classroom results in higher achievement in mathematics. Limitations to the study and future research directions are also discussed."

Citation: Freckle Education, & WestEd. (2016). Exploratory analysis of students' mathematics achievement after using Freckle. San Francisco, CA: Freckle Education.

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