How It Works
The Ace It! program comes to your school and fosters a positive and motivating learning environment by rewarding students’ attitude, attendance, effort and achievement. We start by identifying skill gaps with the use of an assessment to create learning plans for students. Next, we utilize and train qualified teachers to deliver a rigorous, carefully designed instructional intervention that increases students’ academic proficiency. Throughout the program, we ensure strong parent and teacher involvement with open and clear communications and reporting.
Students are placed in groups of approximately six students, with a minimum of four and maximum of eight. The groups consist of other students who are at similar instructional levels, allowing us to deliver differentiated instruction based on the learning needs identified by the student pre-assessment.
Our instructors are caring experts who connect with students on many levels. The individualized approach provides an excellent platform for student success. Students get the personalized attention they need, conveniently delivered right in their school or community location.
Our unique motivation system addresses the lack of motivation that students may have to learn. The program is effective because of three engaging components:
- A “token economy” of external rewards for participation and achievement
- Certificates to reward accomplishments
- Specific praise and recognition by teachers
Parent and Teacher Involvement
Instruction is most successful when there is support and involvement at home. To facilitate parent involvement, local teams:
- Share the initial student learning plan with parents
- Deliver regular reports on student progress
- Notify parents when students miss classes
Other Interesting Information
- National Reading Performance – Out of the 45,675 students who took part in the Ace It! Program, 81% of students demonstrated meaningful achievement gains
- National Math Performance – Out of the 18,674 students who took part in the Ace It! Program, 84% of students demonstrated meaningful achievement gains