The News-Enterprise reports that Hardin County Schools in Kentucky have seen significant growth in MAP scores since instituting Reflex district-wide at all elementary schools in Fall 2018. | ExploreLearning
Catrina Pendleton, a second-grade teacher at Radcliff Elementary, reports a 100-percent increase in her students’ MAP scores this school year—“Every one of my students have grown,” she says.
District Chief Academic Officer Greg Sutton says that the program is being used by approximately 5,800 students, and growth has been documented at several schools. He says, “We’re very proud of what we’re seeing.”