Agile Mind is proud to receive top ratings by in both middle and high school math.

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Gregg McFarland
phone 866-284-4655  x 3076

Welcome, Gadsden Independent School District!

Agile Mind is pleased to offer our middle school math and our traditional high school and integrated high school math programs for consideration in New Mexico.

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Ensuring all students are successful learners

In addition to our comprehensive, core math curriculum, we also offer:

  • Intensified mathematics programs for Algebra I or Integrated Mathematics I that integrate an engaging mathematics curriculum with interventions for struggling learners to motivate and develop students’ positive beliefs about their academic abilities.
  • Advanced mathematics programs in Precalculus, AP Calculus, and AP Statistics. These programs are a key part of our commitment to equity and high achievement for all students, including those who will pursue careers in STEM.
  • Supplemental instructional and assessment math resources that support a variety of learners across multiple grade levels.

Blended Learning Approach

Our programs appear in a “blended” format, meaning that some essential materials are provided online and others in print. The online curriculum can be shared with an entire class by being projected. In this model, all that is needed is a computer, access to the Internet, and a projection device. In settings with access to shared computers or tablets, students can work online at the direction of their teacher.

In addition to the online materials, print resources are also available:

  • Student Activity Sheets are used by students in the classroom daily and for nightly homework. The sheets can be downloaded as pdfs from the online system or purchased as consumable workbooks.
  • Teachers receive a printed Advice for Instruction book with guidance for teaching each day with Agile Mind. The Advice for Instruction resources are also available online.

New Mexico Achievement Data

Las Cruces Public School’s Success with Agile Mind

The population of 24,000 students served by Las Cruces Public Schools includes 75% Hispanic and 75% Economically Disadvantaged learners. More than 10% of students are English Language Learners.

During the 2015-2016 school year, 2 high schools adopted Agile Mind’s Intensified Algebra I program to support students who had struggled previously in mathematics. Program participants made dramatic gains in achievement, outperforming regular Algebra I students across the district.

Agile Mind Intensified Algebra I students at Las Cruces were significantly more likely to achieve graduation requirements, with 42% earning 3 or higher on PARCC, compared to 30% for regular Algebra I students.

Farmington Municipal School’s Success with Agile Mind

The population of 11,000 students served by Farmington Municipal Schools includes more than 50% who qualify for free and reduced lunch.

During the 2015-2016 school year, Farmington adopted Agile Mind’s Middle School Mathematics 6, 7, and 8 programs as its core instructional resource. Students’ performance on the end-of-course (EOC) exams revealed dramatic growth.

Farmington middle school gains with Agile Mind represent a 37% district-wide increase in the number of students who achieved proficient or higher on the EOC.

The district also adopted Agile Mind’s Algebra I program as its core curriculum during the 2015-2016 school year. In a single academic year, PARCC performance increased dramatically.

Farmington Algebra I Students achieving graduation requirements (3+ on the PARCC) increased from 37.1% to 52.6% – moving the district from significantly below to significantly above that of overall student performance in the state.

Nationally Respected Authors

Our math programs are developed in collaboration with the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin.

Thank you for your time and consideration as we work together to transform achievement in math and science — for all students!