Research Proves MANGO Math Can Improve Math Scores

Research Proves MANGO Math Can Improve Math Scores

September 11, 2017

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Summer Learning Institute

Two Year Research Findings

Has been conducting a research project on how to reduce summer learning loss. They were specifically looking at how much time over the summer do students need to work on math to not have summer learning loss. MANGO Math was very lucky to have them chose our product for their study.

In 2016 Marian University Study

381 under-served students were give AIMS Web pre- and post-tests to determine math gains. 79% of those students maintained, gained or increased a grade level in math. With average student having just 8 hours of instruction over 6 weeks increasing 4.01 percentile points on the test.

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data slide 2016

In 2017 Marian University Study

Worked with 302 under-served students at 16 different facilities and found that students that consistently attended camps their scores on the AIMS Web showed that 100% of these students maintained, gained, or increased a grade level. On average each students increase 5.77 percentile points on their math scores.

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Data slide 2017

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Marian University in Indianapolis, IN recruited 24 college students from 5 universities under the supervision of master teachers and using MANGO Math's curriculum for the purpose of working with under-represented student over a 6-week summer break. All students were provided three hours of math instruction per week for a six week period. Marian University used an outside agency that used the AIMS web standardized test (Pearson 2012) for analyzing the results of the pre- and posts-tests.

MANGO Math hopes to continue to provide the curriculum for these students in order for them to succeed in math. We couldn't be prouder of these results.

If you would like to find out more about MANGO Math and it's success with students' math learning please feel free to contact us at or 425-328-1024.