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Nearly 1.8 million students, 100,000+ teachers, and 8,700+ schools in all 50 states across the country are currently using ST Math, which has proven its impact on test scores and students’ attitudes toward mathematics.
Utah Districts and School Organizations Using ST Math 
Canyon Grove
Academy
Canyons SD
Carbon SD Davis SD Duchesne County SD
Early Light Academy
Franklin Discovery Academy Garfield County SD Grand County SD
Granite SD 
My Tech High District
North Summit SD
Park City SD
Piute SD
Salt Lake City SD
South Summit SD Tech Trep Academy
Tooele County SD
Utah Schools for the Deaf & Blind
Washington County SD Weilenmann School of Discovery

Since 2016, Utah STEM Action Center recognized ST Math as one of six programs to contain individualized, selfadapting, and engaging instructional support that addresses the Utah Core Standards for Mathematics. The STEM Action Center is seeking grant applications from February 1 through March 31, 2022.
The Utah STEM Action Center has released its 2020 annual report, which includes the results of their comprehensive statewide program evaluation. The Impact of K12 Math Personalized Learning Software on Student Achievement portion of the report begins on page 311, and compares software users to nonusers on three outcomes of interest: proficiency, percentile rank, and student growth percentile (SGP).
Utah DPA Badge: ST Math is in compliance with Utah Student Data Privacy requirements. This badge represents our participation in signing a Data Privacy Agreement with Exhibit E in Utah, telling other Utah Local Education Agencies they can subscribe onto our existing agreement by signing one page.
WestEd recently published the largest study of its kind to evaluate ST Math nationally, including over 150,000 students between 2013 and 2016 across multiple states, including Texas, and assessments in an unprecedented way.
A recent study correlating ST Math use to 201617 SAGE Math proficiency revealed a compelling .3 effect size overall for Granite School District, with several subgroups showing even larger effects. This independent study, conducted by Granite School District’s assessment department using the LearnPlatform edtech management system, included students using ST Math at least twice per week.
Source: LearnPlatform
A recent study for Killeen ISD revealed that schools using ST Math moved 17.3% more students into Satisfactory or Advanced levels on the STAAR. This large scale study included over 6,000 students, comparing schools that used the program with schools of similar baseline math performance that did not use the program.
ST Math® aligns with the TEKS to ensure Texas students develop deep, conceptual understanding of math concepts to equip them for the challenges of the 21st century. Below is a small sample of ST Math puzzles that were designed to meet the rigorous demands of the Texas math standards.
Grade K Numbers & Operations: K.3.A 
Grade 2 Numbers & Operations: 2.6.B 
Grade 4 Numbers & Operations: 4.3.E 
Grade 7 Expressions & Equations: 7.10.B 
Download the Texas Scope & Sequences for a full view into how ST Math learning objectives target key gradelevel concepts and skills.
Grade K Numbers & Operations: K.3.A 
Grade 2 Numbers & Operations: 2.6.B 
Grade 4 Numbers & Operations: 4.3.E 
Grade 7 Expressions & Equations: 7.10.B 
This puzzle asks students to model addition and subtraction by joining and separating birds on a telephone line. Students use the manipulative to find the total number of birds.
In this example, the student has determined that if each purple monster eats 2 pears, as shown by the rate in the top left corner, than 8 pears should be seperated equally to feed 4 purple monsters.
This puzzle asks students to match a collection of fractions represented with a circular model to a single point on the number line. The blue pieces represent positive numbers, the red indicates a negative number.
In this example, the student must find the value of variable “a”. This twostep equation, 4 + 3a = 7, is represented on a number line.
Grade K Numbers & Operations: K.3.A
Model the action of joining to represent addition and the action of separating to represent subtraction.
These puzzles ask students to model addition and subtraction by joining and separating birds on a telephone line. Students use the manipulative to find the total number of birds.
Grade 2 Numbers & Operations: 2.6.B
Model, create, and describe contextual division situations in which a set of concrete objects is separated into equivalent sets.
In this example the student has determined that if each purple monster eats 2 pears, as shown by the rate in the top left corner, than 8 pears should be separated equally to feed 4 purple monsters.
Grade 4 Numbers & Operations: 4.3.E
Represent and solve addition and subtraction of fractions with equal denominators using objects and pictorial models that build to the number line and properties of operations.
This puzzle asks students to match a collection of fractions represented with a circular model to a single point on the number line. The blue pieces represent positive numbers, the red indicates a negative number.
Grade 7 Expressions & Equations: 7.10.B
Represent solutions for onevariable, twostep equations and inequalities on number lines.
In this example, the student must find the value of variable “a”. This twostep equation, 4 + 3a = 7, is represented on a number line.
These puzzles ask students to model addition and subtraction by joining and separating birds on a telephone line. Students use the manipulative to find the total number of birds.
Represent and solve addition and subtraction of fractions with equal denominators using objects and pictorial models that build to the number line and properties of operations.
This puzzle asks students to match a collection of fractions represented with a circular model to a single point on the number line. The blue pieces represent positive numbers, the red indicates a negative number.
Represent solutions for onevariable, twostep equations and inequalities on number lines.
In this example, the student must find the value of variable “a”. This twostep equation, 4 + 3a = 7, is represented on a number line.
"The problemsolving approach of ST Math helps us meet the individual needs of every student at Odyssey. French Immersion students, ESL students, and all students needing differentiation or enrichment."
Julie Peters, Principal, Odyssey Elementary School, Davis School District
See what students and parents at Odyssey are saying about ST Math:
“My son in kindergarten uses his entire 30 minutes of screen time every day after school on ST Mathand begs for more time!”  Parent
“I love ST Math, even though it is really hard.”  5th grade student
“You should buy ST Math for your grandkids!” 1st grade student addressing UT legislature while on a visit with superintendent
Exhibitor: Garrett Girouard
Presence: J. Ivan Alfaro, Wendy Coffman & Garrett Girouard