Press Release: McGraw-Hill Education Introduces Tablet-Friendly Version of ALEKS Adaptive Learning Platform
- The student pass rate in a Pre-Calculus course at Clemson University climbed from ~45% to 70% after implementing ALEKS.
- Once instructors at Pasadena City College began using ALEKS, the success rate for students placed below intermediate Algebra increased from less than 18% to 75%.
- In a Utah statewide pilot for adaptive math technologies, seventh grade students using ALEKS showed three times the growth in math achievement, compared to their peers.
- After implementing ALEKS, test scores at Big Bear Middle School increased by an average of 30% in just one year.
"With ALEKS, students have to continually prove that they understand the material. The mastery-based learning is what the students need to succeed," said Denise Lujan, professor of mathematics at The University of Texas at El Paso. "We also found that students who went through ALEKS passed their college-level course at a higher rate."