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New Generation of Online Learning
  • Newly created programs for your state standards.
  • Sophisticated content engine delivers differentiated instruction and varied item formats, including short-answer and multi-answer select.
  • Program design is informed by Smarter Balanced (SBAC) and PARCC assessments.
Highest Quality Content
  • Dynamic math engine and short answer response system provides an endless practice and learning resource.
  • An extensive library of original literary and informational texts enables students to acquire the skills of 21st century literacy.
  • All new content custom created for your state standards.
Student Focused Design
  • Computer adaptive instruction
  • Designed for Common Core transition and Smarter Balanced (SBAC) and PARCC assessments readiness
  • Goal-oriented design
  • Fun and motivating games
  • Very user-friendly design
What teachers are saying ...
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"I love your program!!! It is amazing and has really helped my students and myself."
"I love learning farm, and I’m very certain that it helped to provide great state test scores for my students last year!!! I love how closely it shadows the state standards!"
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"Hello! My name is Josh, and I am a fourth-grade teacher in Massachusetts. My students have been using your product and absolutely love it!"
"I love your product and it has helped me with data collection! It has also helped me to focus on areas in which my students need more help."
"My kids LOVE Learning Farm!"
"I stumbled across your site and LOVE it. I have since told anyone and everyone about it. It is so user friendly and the students love it!"
"I have LOVED using Learning Farm for a few years! It was especially helpful when I tutored 21st Century Bilingual kids at another school a few years ago."