Imagine MyPath will report Lexile and Quantile measures, beginning in the 2022-23 school year
DURHAM, N.C. & SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – August 24, 2022 – As schools face significant unfinished learning resulting from the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, MetaMetrics®, developer of the Lexile® and Quantile® Frameworks, and Imagine Learning, the largest provider of digital curriculum solutions in the United States, today announced an expansion of their long-term partnership.
Beginning in the 2022-23 school year, Imagine MyPath® assessments will report National Percentile Ranks (NPR) for Lexile and Quantile measures, supporting K-12 students on their pathway to grade-level success. This will allow teachers and parents to see how students performed in comparison to other students in the same grade in reading and math and use Imagine MyPath as a universal screener, providing them with a metric to guide future learning and monitor student progress. For nearly a decade, other Imagine Learning assessments have reported Lexile and Quantile measures.
“Imagine Learning’s digital curriculum solutions include high-quality assessments designed to identify a personalized learning path that meets each student where they are and helps all students reach their potential,” said Jeff Pendleton, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Supplemental and Intervention at Imagine Learning. “Our longstanding partnership with MetaMetrics supports educators in using Lexile and Quantile measures to further personalize classroom instruction.”
Imagine MyPath gives every K–12 student a pathway to grade-level success with a personalized and adaptive program in reading and math. As students move from targeted intervention to supplemental grade-level practice and enrichment, Imagine MyPath continues to deliver adaptive lessons propelling them forward. Imagine MyPath empowers teachers with the data and point-of-use resources that allow them to quickly get their students back on track.
The Lexile Framework for Reading and Quantile Framework for Mathematics measure student ability and the difficulty of reading and math content on the same scale.
“Differentiated instruction allows teachers to ensure that all students receive instruction that is tailored to their individual needs, strengths and interests,” said Malbert Smith, CEO and co-founder of MetaMetrics. “By reporting Lexile and Quantile measures, Imagine MyPath will provide educators with even more actionable data to accelerate learning.”
About Imagine Learning
Imagine Learning is a PreK–12 digital learning solutions company that ignites learning breakthroughs by designing forward-thinking solutions at the intersection of people, curricula, and technology to drive student growth. Imagine Learning serves more than 15 million students and partners with more than half the school districts nationwide. Imagine Learning’s flagship products include Imagine Edgenuity®, online courseware and virtual school services solutions; supplemental and intervention solutions for literacy, language, mathematics, robotics, and coding; and high-quality, digital-first core curriculum, including Illustrative Mathematics®, EL Education®, and Odell Education®—all on the Imagine Learning Classroom—and Twig Science®. Read more about Imagine Learning’s digital solutions at imaginelearning.com.
MetaMetrics is an award-winning education technology organization that offers the only scientifically valid, universal scales for measuring silent and oral reading and listening (Lexile®) and math (Quantile®) measures with plans to develop measures for writing. The Lexile and Quantile Frameworks measure student ability and the complexity of the content they encounter. Lexile and Quantile measures and related technologies link assessment to instruction and provide next steps for students of all ages and abilities. The measures also provide valuable insights about students’ potential for growth. MetaMetrics’ measures, products and services are licensed to dozens of education product companies to help achieve that growth. For 35 years, MetaMetrics’ work is increasingly recognized for its research-based approach to improving learning. For more information, visit MetaMetricsInc.com.