Research and Success for StudySync: A 6–12 ELA Curriculum

Efficacy Studies and Success Stories for StudySync

Efficacy Studies

Wisconsin School District Sees Impact across Three ELA Assessments

A study of 9th-, 10th-, and 11th- grade students in a school district in Wisconsin using StudySync® showed better than expected growth as well as some statistically significant gains on the STAR Assessment, the ACT Aspire, and the ACT.

Success Stories

For an academic program to be successful, it must be effective in a variety of environments with a wide range of learners and circumstances. See how other educators have implemented StudySync successfully with their students.

Testimonials

Health Sciences High & Middle College (San Diego, CA)

Many know Dr. Doug Fisher as an accomplished author with a focus on literacy, but he is also an educator. Dr. Fisher has been teaching 9th grade English at Health Sciences High & Middle College (HSHMC) in San Diego, CA for over 10 years. StudySync spent a day at HSHMC to talk to classrooms where teachers and students are using StudySync, learning about their goals for students and how teachers use StudySync to help students meet these goals. The video also includes testimonials from teachers and students using the program.

North Hills School District (Pittsburgh, PA)

See a case study on how North Hills School District in Pittsburgh, PA uses StudySync to foster a love of literature, while improving student reading scores. Teachers discuss how the program helps them pinpoint where students are struggling, how it helps them take immediate action, how scores have improved, and what parents appreciate most about the program. Students also discuss their favorite features about StudySync as well.

Thought Leadership & Research for StudySync

Thought Leadership

How to Choose a 6–12 English Language Arts Curriculum

It’s no secret that literacy and its foundational skills are critical to helping students reach academic goals in all subject areas, preparing students for college and career, and creating informed, global citizens. So, how do schools and districts engage 6–12 English language arts (ELA) students to develop the reading, writing, and critical thinking skills they need to succeed in school and beyond?

View "Your Guide to Selecting a Core ELA Curriculum for Student Engagement and Improved Performance".

Research Base

StudySync was developed from a rich research base drawn from the most current studies in pedagogy, learning, technology, and student engagement. Providing the highest level of academics, award-winning multimedia, and a platform for collaboration, StudySync was built with today’s learners in mind.