About LearnBop's Future Ready Project
The Office of Education Technology (OET) rolled out the Future Ready pledge in 2014 in an effort to unite and motivate superintendents around the common cause of moving their districts into the 21st century. Currently about 2,000 superintendents have signed the pledge, with more being added to the list every day.
LearnBop, an interactive learning system for K-12 mathematics, began The Future Ready Project in the fall of 2015 to collect and share best practices from those superintendents, and their teams, who have signed the pledge and committed to using technology in their districts. Topics covered in these interviews includes possible funding sources for education technology; best practices for identifying and implementing edtech; and specific information about the benefits of signing the pledge.
What Is LearnBop?
LearnBop uses a unique step-by-step system to help K-12 student learn math. Every step addresses a prerequisite concept needed to understand the original problem, providing students with close support in learning prerequisities and teachers with in-depth data on student knowledge gaps.
→ A recent efficacy study found that LearnBop helped students achieve 7-9 percentile points more growth than their peers on post-assessments in math.