National Book Fund Results Reveal Significant Student Gains for Sixth Year in a Row!
For the sixth year in a row, the growth in math achievement in JUMP Math students grew at a minimum of 2.4 times the rate of the WRAT-4 norms.
In the 2016-2017 school year, a total of 310 students in grades 4 to 6 completed the math computation subtest of the WRAT-4 in the fall and spring of the school year. Here are the highlights:
- On average, math achievement of students grew at 2.5 times the rate of the WRAT-4 standardization sample
- Students scoring ‘above average’ or higher increased by 170% in the spring (27 students) compared to the fall (10 students).
- Students scoring ‘below average’ decreased by 21% in the spring (136 students) compared to the fall (173 students)
JUMP Math’s National Book Fund program awards free JUMP Math resources to classrooms across Canada. The National Book Fund was made possible by the generous support of lead funder TD Bank Group. More about the National Book Fund here.