Middle Schools

There is no more important group of people influencing the success of students than middle school educators. Recent studies prove that rigor in middle school instruction is necessary for student accomplishment in high school and college - see The Forgotten Middle at ACT.org for research on this topic. Failure to meet standards in middle school creates a deficiency for students when they reach high school and college.

Cambridge helps middle school students overcome early learning deficits by building essential skills through our powerful supplemental curriculum and diagnostic assessments. Our innovative Unified Testing Readiness Initiative aligns educational practices for improvement over a student's entire educational lifetime.

Cambridge partners with middle schools to help:

  • Integrate college and career preparation materials into existing practices.
  • Improve rigor in instruction for dramatic score increases on state assessments.
  • Encourage and support teachers through professional development workshops.
  • Prepare students early for college readiness standards.

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