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Get Your Quantile® Framework Certification

This 10-hour course is designed to support educators in planning and executing effective instruction using student data and evidence-based research.

Course Details

  • Time: 10 hours, self-paced
  • Location: Online, asynchronous
  • Price: $99

This course aligns with ESSER funding.

Who Should Enroll

K - Grade 12 educators who want to enhance student math achievement by leveraging Quantile® Measures and the Quantile® Hub.

Course Overview

The Quantile® Framework for Math Course will show you how to use data to accelerate student growth. Course participants will:

  • Learn how to deliver data-driven instruction using Quantile® Measures
  • Leverage Quantile® Hub to complete performance tasks aligned with real-life scenarios
  • Collaborate with a community of educators to create classroom support
  • Improve instructional planning using proven resources
  • Develop strategies to communicate effectively with parents and peers


What You'll Learn

The course is divided into four distinct modules:

  • Module 1: Understanding the Framework for Math 

    Learn the framework foundation and how to use the QuantileⓇ  Hub.

  • Module 2: Using Quantile® Measures and tools in the classroom

    Understand how to use Quantile® Measures to create instructional groups and enhance instruction. 

  • Module 3: Unlocking the Quantile® Growth Planner and Career Database

    Learn how the growth planner can be used to estimate a student's growth path and how entry-level math career demands are measured. 

  • Module 4: Extensions, Advanced Classroom Applications and Communication

    Understand how to communicate course knowledge with parents and peers. 







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What educators are saying:

“I learned how to differentiate instruction for my students, how to communicate mathematical achievement to parents and give them resources to use at home, and how to help students plan and prepare for future work in mathematics.” — A. Miller, 4th Grade Teacher