The school had missed AYP the previous year and he needed to make meaningful changes with instruction to find a solution for improving student achievement.
Principle Madrid used Brainchild’s Achiever! and Mechanics software to help provide data-driven instruction. Teachers and administrators used the comprehensive reports to target student weaknesses.
The school met AYP in the following year (2011/2012) and had significant improvements across the board, with LEP students improving their scores by over 20%.