Spring Math is designed to improve math achievement by doing three things:




research-based decision rules to identify specific skill deficits for students found to be at-risk during universal screening


 an intervention that is aligned with the students’ math skills


intervention implementation error by providing all intervention materials and assessments needed to run the intervention

How it works



Teachers administer brief universal screening assessments to their students as a group. Assessments take only a few minutes each.




Based upon the results of the screening assessments Spring Math produces summary reports and recommends either classwide or individual interventions for any student who may be struggling.

Classwide Interventions

  • Spring Math provides intervention packets targeting foundational math skills
  • Students work in pairs for 15-20 minutes per day
  • Each week students are assessed on the skill they are being taught.
  • Class progress is graphed and when the class has achieved the target score, they move on to the next skill
  • Updates on group progress are provided to coaches and administrators


Individual Interventions

  • Drill-down assessments are administered in order to determine exactly where intervention is needed
  • Individual intervention packets are generated focusing on the identified skill
  • Progress is monitored weekly and interventions adapt to the needs of the student
  • Progress is graphed and when the target is achieved the student moves on to the next skill



Proven Results

Discover two examples of how Spring Math showed proven results during the 2017-2018 school year.

"Veteran MTSS/RtI School District Sees Significant Gains in Math Proficiency with Spring Math" Click here

"Results summary for a School that Started Mid-year" Click here