Districts

Highly effective school districts deliver higher student test scores that reflect their rigorous educational practices. They avoid simplistic attempts to "catch up" student performance just prior to test dates. Instead, they implement ongoing test preparation that concentrates on essential skill development across all years of a student's education. Cambridge has pioneered a Unified Testing Readiness Initiative that connects the entire K-12 test assessment process, builds essential skills, charts growth, increases college and career readiness, and establishes accountability.

Cambridge partners with districts to help:

  • Improve math, reading, writing, and English skills for students at all grade levels.
  • Close the achievement gap in under-performing students.
  • Utilize data-driven assessment reports to make decisions across core curriculum.
  • Prepare students for achievement on state assessments.

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