Administrators can be confident that 2,000+ DreamBox Learning® Math lessons, designed by math teachers, build conceptual understanding, increase procedural fluency, and raise student achievement.

DreamBox Learning Math and its Intelligent Adaptive Learning technology is researched-based, and fits within the RtI/MTSS model. Sound pedagogy is the foundation to build growth mindset, conceptual understanding, and procedural fluency. Read More

DreamBox leverages continuous formative assessment that enables changes in difficulty, scaffolding, and provides in-the-moment feedback within and between lessons. Read More

Our curriculum and instructional designers are National Board Certified teachers who create easy-to-implement ways of supporting the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM). Read More

The DreamBox curriculum has alignments and reporting to show progress against CCSS, IASM, Minnesota, TEKS, SCCR, SOL, WNCP, and Ontario Curriculum. Read More

Students engage in algebraic reasoning about concepts such as equivalence and rates of change (slope) while they become skilled at manipulating expressions and solving equations with variables. Read More

Administrators don't have to wait for report cards or mandatory summative assessments. DreamBox ensures in real-time that you have total transparency about learning trends in your school or district. Read More

Bundled student licenses provide maximum flexibility for using DreamBox Learning as part of the regular math curriculum, for intervention, enrichment, and more. Student licenses may be used in any number of classrooms or schools up to the total number. Read More

Building capacity and engagement in your schools and district to deliver highly personalized instruction will result in a positive change in student learning outcomes. Our expert Professional Development Team will help you to scale best practices Online, Onsite, and OnDemand. Read More

Making gains in varied learning environments

"DreamBox has been very instrumental in helping my school meet State of Delaware Goals and AYP by decreasing the educational gap. After using it with our English Language Learners for just five months, they met our AYP in math for the first time ever—on the first attempt!"

—Marilyn Dollard, Principal, Oberle Elementary


Christina School District Fast Facts

  • 18 elementary (K-5) public schools
  • 17,400 total students
  • 59% eligible for free or reduced lunch
  • 47% African American, 35% Caucasian, 18% Hispanic students
  • Deployed since 2011
  • Supports Response to Intervention, among other initiatives

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