Intervention Solutions

McGraw-Hill Education has a variety of intervention programs designed to meet the needs of K-12 students performing well below grade level. We offer research-based programs for K-12 literacy, math and science. We also offer a variety of efficacy-proven Direct Instruction programs. Whether you're looking to support Tier I students, provide solid and meaningful instruction for Tier II students or replace core instruction for Tier III students, we can help.

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intervention solutions

Reading   |   Math   
Reading

Use Direct Instruction to help students develop into fluent, independent, and highly skilled readers with Reading Mastery Signature Edition. Used in thousands of schools across the country, Reading Mastery has been a successful reading intervention program with a wide range of students, including significantly at-risk populations, for more than 35 years. Flexible and comprehensive, the Signature Edition greatly expands and refines instruction found in previous editions, appropriate for use as a supplemental intervention program or a comprehensive core reading program.

Learn more about Reading Mastery Signature Edition.

 

Students in Fusion Reading have made statistically significant gains in reading scores. Students learn the skills and strategies necessary to become better readers, both in their reading classes as well as their other academic classes. Jamestown's popular non-fiction texts provide the high-interest reading selections to support this program.

Explicit: Provides instruction using age-appropriate leveled text to effectively teach reading skills and strategies and engage students

Proven: Increases student engagement and reading outcomes supporting 1 ½ year to 2 years of growth in one year of instruction.

Flexible: Adapts to various instructional settings and easily adapts to multiple block schedule formats

Research Based: Developed and field tested through an IES grant at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning

Learn more about Fusion Reading.

 

SRA FLEX Literacy™ is a comprehensive Reading and Language Arts Intervention System for struggling readers, Grades 3 and above in Tier 2, 3, or 4.

  • Students are engaged as never before through high-interest interactive tools and rich text selections
  • Teachers are empowered to tailor instruction through ongoing assessment that provides true differentiated instruction
  • Administrators are equipped with the tools they need for critical decision making
  • SRA FLEX Literacy is built on a research-based instructional model to reach students of various reading levels, as low as Beginning Reading
Watch the Flex Literacy overview.
Mathematics

SRA Number Worlds is a proven intervention math program that successfully brings challenged students in Pre-K-8 up to grade-level performance. New Instructional Planners align proven Number Worlds instruction to the Common Core State Standards, ensuring that students achieve on-level mathematical proficiency by targeting key understandings identified in the Common Core State Standards. With the new, customized Scope and Sequence, SRA Number Worlds now ensures that you can target individual student needs and the CCSS.

Key features include:
  • More flexibility with the new implementation options that adjust the Scope and Sequence to target unique instructional goals
  • New placement tests that focus instruction on the skill level of each student
  • New state planners that align 24 weeks of instruction to state standards including the Common Core State Standards
  • Alignment of instruction to your core with Core Program Correlations
Learn more about Number Worlds.
 

SRA Connecting Math Concepts is a comprehensive math program that provides explicit, systematic, intensive instruction for at-risk populations. Use as a core replacement in grades K-5 to help students meet all the Common Core State Standards. SRA Connecting Math Concepts helps students structure their thinking by stressing conceptual understanding of key ideas throughout the program.

The program is based on the belief that understanding math requires making connections:

  • Among related topics in mathematics
  • Across daily instructional activities involving mathematics
  • Between procedural and conceptual knowledge
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