New Innovative Mathematics Course to Support the Majority of Students Who Arrive at High School Underprepared

June 13, 2016

Agile Mind Blends Engaging Technology With Cutting-Edge Social and Emotional Development Practice AUSTIN, TX–(Marketwired – Jun 13, 2016) – Agile Mind, a leading provider of programs for teaching and learning, announced today the launch of Intensified Mathematics I, designed for districts following an integrated mathematics pathway to help struggling students succeed in gateway mathematics courses. …Continue Reading »

Calculus AB Included on the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Example Textbooks List

March 23, 2016

AUSTIN, TEXAS—Agile Mind’s Single-Variable AP Calculus AB, reviewed by Learning List, is included on the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Example Textbooks List for Calculus AB. Learning List, the industry leading instructional materials review service for schools and districts, recently reviewed Single-Variable AP Calculus AB and College Board used those reviews in determining that this …Continue Reading »

Jefferson Education Accelerator Selects Agile Mind as Early Accelerator Partner

January 21, 2016

Unique Blended Learning Programs Incorporate Social-Emotional and Noncognitive Skills Development Into Core Math and Science Instruction to Increase Achievement, Close Achievement Gaps WASHINGTON, DC— (Marketwired – Jan 21, 2016) –  The Jefferson Education Accelerator (JEA) announced today the selection of Agile Mind as its latest company partner. Under the terms of the partnership, JEA will …Continue Reading »

Agile Mind’s Intensified Algebra I program featured in “Teaching: Effective Strategies in Chicago Public Schools” documentary

July 1, 2015

Agile Mind‘s Intensified Algebra I program is featured in The School Project’s documentary short called, “Teaching: Effective Strategies in Chicago Public Schools”. This final installment of a documentary series is focused on the positive outcomes and great success teachers are having in revitalizing the math program at Roosevelt High School in Chicago. The School Project …Continue Reading »