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Lumos Learning Supplemental Study Programs are built in alignment with the CCSS and State Standards to help students succeed on Assessment Practice. Our Program for Schools are designed by Expert Teachers. It is a proven solution that extends classroom learning and helps schools improve student achievement.
Lumos StepUp® Basic Teacher Account
Online Practice Program
- Discover thousands of standards-aligned learning resources
- Create custom lessons and practice kits for your students
- Assign and Assess rigorous practice resources
- Analyze student progress and performance with detailed indepth reports
- Develop individualized remedial paths for each student
Proven Supplemental Study Program
Harrison Elementary School Improves Students Scores by 88.21%
School Ranking Improvement from 261 to 31
Flexible Subscription Options
- Two practice tests
- Teacher Portal
- Student Accounts
- Access to Online Workbooks
- Teacher Recommended Resources
- Technology Enhanced Questions
- Insightful Reports
- Targeted Intervention
- Admin Accounts
- Training and Tech Support
What educators say
My recent experience with Lumos Learning was exceptional! I first reached out to inquire about online assessment-like problems and received samples and demos for teachers the same day. Most importantly, Lumos Learning was able to work with us to meet our tight budget. It was refreshing to deal with a company that was incredibly efficient, competent, and willing to work with us to meet our bottom line. Thank you!
Kevin Moore, Principal at Chester M. Stephens Elementary School (NJ)
This is the most closely related work or examples that I have found besides the PARCC assessment on our Department of Education website. I use these for small group and guided reading. Multiple examples for modeling and practice.
Cassie Hudson, Educator
It has lot of great questions that my students were able to practice with. They are at the right level of rigor for pushing my students to think critically about texts.
Garrett Dorfman, Grade 3 Literacy Teacher