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Personalized Learning

Forget one-size-fits-all, we want to empower and enable educators to deliver truly personalized learning for each and every student based on their unique learning needs and individualities. No two students are the same so why should education be? Our products can support educators with adaptive learning, real-time easy to use data reporting, intervention support, and assessment.

Our product mix supporting seamless and intuitive personalized learning

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Exact Path has built-in tools to support you in delivering personalized learning for every student, including adaptive learning AI paths unique to students’ needs and real-time data reporting options. Use with NWEA to turn assessment results into actionable outcomes.

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EducationCity can enable inquiry-based and personalized learning in your classroom with intuitive and adaptive curriculum content delivered based on unique student needs. The product further encourages students to take responsibility for their education.

Personalize Instruction

Tailor instruction based on the unique student learning needs to increase comprehension and engagement with topics and curriculum.

Pace Learning

Education is delivered at the right comprehension levels of each student and adapted based on areas in need of development and areas of success.

Give Students Control

Support inquiry-based learning, encouraging students to take responsibility for their learning; performance is highlighted in a student-friendly format to promote deeper understanding.

Data-Driven Decisions

Real-time, easy to use data supporting educator decisions, enabling targeted intervention, and informing instruction. Performance reports can be viewed at a group or individual level.

Use Our Comprehensive K-12 Program for Success

Combat the traditional teach-to-the-middle model by understanding your students’ baseline competencies from the beginning. Utilize Exact Path’s research-based adaptive learning diagnostic assessments to ensure that your instructional planning is guided by data. To learn more, download our math and reading and language arts white papers.

Reach students at their instructional level

Teaching time is always in short supply, so when your students are on different levels, how do you reach them all? Add personalized instruction into your station-rotation model or computer lab time utilizing our products’ adaptive learning paths to serve up the right level of content.

“In a case where a parent and I both had concerns that a student’s needs were not being met, I had to humbly admit I was not sure I could meet them myself. Because of Exact Path’s capabilities, family support, colleague support, and administrative support, this student will continue to flourish.”

Krystal Smith, 5th Grade Teacher, Twin Rivers Intermediate School, PA

Calculate growth for every student

When learning is individualized, growth is the name of the game. Utilizing a research-based testing algorithm based on our valid skills progression, Exact Path calculates growth from one assessment to the next. Data is then presented in friendly reports and data visualizations that both highlight district-level trends and drill down to individual learner progress to implement adaptive learning.

Let students own their progress

Research shows that students who track their own progress toward goals are more likely to make greater gains in reaching them. Make setting, pursuing, and achieving academic goals a priority. Our products recognize each student’s unique pathway toward success by rewarding both grit and mastery using built-in engagement tools that connect back to what you’re doing in the classroom.

Using Our Products to Drive Growth

Campo Elementary School uses our solutions to drive growth for their students

“There is a great difference between the highs and lows [of students]. There is only one of me. As a teacher, it’s very reassuring to know that [students are] working on something that they need to work on specifically based on their assessment.”

Teresa Ricketts, 5th Grade Teacher Colbert Heights Elementary School, AL