River View Junior High School, River View Local School District


River View, Ohio

eMATH Curricula is Structured, Rigorous and Customizable

Molly Bordenkircher has been teaching mathematics for more than 30 years at the middle school and high school levels. She began using eMATHinstruction (eMATH) curricula seven years ago for the Algebra I and Geometry courses she teaches at River View Junior High School. The students in these courses are grade-accelerated 7th and 8th grade students who are taking high school math courses.

City College Academy of the Arts

New York

New York City

eMATH Curricula Provides Scaffolded Learning for Students

Siaka Kone has been a math teacher at City College Academy of the Arts (CCAA) in New York City for 12 years. CCAA is a 6-12 early college school with a 98% graduation rate where students graduate with as much as two years of college credit in partnership with City College of New York. 

Greene County High School, Greene County


Greene County, Mississippi

eMATH Curricula Provides Affordability and Adaptability

At Greene County High School, they use the eMATH lesson plans, homework sets, videos, assessments, and more, which Diane says has led to success for both the students and teachers. She says that eMATH curricula has helped improve students' critical thinking and application skills, as well as their test scores. In 2017-2018, 57.9% of students at the high school scored Proficient or Advanced on the statewide math assessment. This increased to 66.4% in 2021-2022, despite the school's high rate of chronic absenteeism. Teachers in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades recently began using eMATH materials in their classrooms and Diane says she has already noticed a significant improvement in the knowledge and skills of the students entering her Algebra I classroom.

East Hickman High School, Hickman County


East Hickman, TN

eMATHinstruction Supports Rural Students Through Standards Aligned Curricula

Alice Guardo is a mathematics teacher with 23 years of classroom experience, including 16 years at East Hickman High School, a rural school in Tennessee. She started using eMATHinstruction (eMATH) curricula more than four years ago based on the recommendation of a colleague and says the materials have helped her teach Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry courses. Several of the other math teachers at the school use eMATH materials to varying extents as well, which provides some opportunities for collaboration.

Five Schools across New York State

New York

eMATH Videos Helped Teachers Provide Instruction During the First Months of the Pandemic

Students, teachers, and schools are concluding their third academic year impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This period of time has brought unprecedented challenges as educators and students have managed prolonged periods of remote learning, schedule disruptions, technology issues and constant uncertainty.

9th Grade Academy, Clarksdale Municipal School District


eMATHinstruction's Flexible and Standards Aligned Curricula Are Useful as Supplemental Materials

Angela Griffin, a 24-year veteran educator at J.W. Stampley, found eMATHinstruction (eMATH) materials approximately three years ago when she was searching for supplemental materials for her Algebra 1 course. As a 9th grade academy with 171 students, Algebra 1 is the only math course offered. She uses the eMATH Algebra 1 curriculum in conjunction with another Algebra 1 curriculum provided by the school district, but she prefers many aspects of eMATH, especially the homework. She says the eMATH materials are a helpful addition.

Eric S. Smith Middle School, Ramsey School District

New Jersey

Ramsey, NJ

eMATH Provides Opportunities for Critical Thinking in the Classroom

Scott Sirota, a 16-year veteran math educator at Eric S. Smith Middle School, says he began using eMATHinstruction (eMATH) materials because he was looking for a curriculum for Algebra I that encouraged critical thinking skills. The Algebra I teachers at the school have now used the curriculum for years and they have continued to see success with it. Scott says that students in the school always perform well on standardized tests, but the teachers have seen an improvement in the students' thinking skills since switching to eMATH, which is harder to measure.

Ithaca High School, Ithaca City School District

New York

Ithaca, NY

Standards Alignment and Customization Make eMATH Curricula the Obvious Choice

Ithaca High School (IHS) is home to a math department of 16 teachers, led by 30-year veteran educator, Steve Weissburg. He says the school found eMATHinstruction (eMATH) at just the right time. As New York was transitioning to the Common Core State Standards in 2011, schools like IHS were looking for new textbooks and curricula. The standards-aligned framework, online accessibility, and customizability of the eMATH materials impressed the search committee.