Using Personalized Learning to Improve Student Achievement: The Academic Impact of’s Digital Math Program

This study examines the academic growth of students at or below grade level who used the’s Digital Mathematics Program. (DMP)1 The study analyzed five years of DMP data from nearly 6,000 students, in grades 2 through 4, with a specific focus on struggling learners who began the program significantly below grade level. Our analyses revealed that all students made gains in the DMP, with struggling students achieving the greatest performance improvements. In addition, we found a positive relationship between time spent in the program and academic progress, particularly when students used the tutoring program’s component. Read the report