Colorado: Continuing to Boost Student Math Achievement & Save Schools Money: Polis Administration Announces Over 750 Schools Have Already Signed Up for Free Digital Math Accelerator

DENVER ~ Today, Governor Polis announced that over 750 schools and 81 school districts across Colorado have signed up for the free digital math accelerator. This program provides top-rated math learning and educator training for kindergarten through eighth-grade students.

The Governor expressed his enthusiasm for the program, saying, "We are thrilled to see so many schools and districts have already signed up for this free, high-quality math support, and we encourage schools who haven't yet done so to sign up to use this great program in the coming school year. The math accelerator is free to schools and you can still sign up at In combination with our bipartisan work to boost student math achievement, we are making transformative investments to make sure every Colorado student has the tools and resources they need to thrive."

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The digital math accelerator is provided at no cost by Zearn, a nonprofit educational organization behind top-rated math learning platform Zearn Math. It includes free high-quality instructional materials, ongoing training for educators, and after-school tutoring resources for K-8 students.

Earlier this month at Thornton Elementary School, Governor Polis signed into law bipartisan legislation that provides high-quality evidence-based math support for Colorado students with STEM-focused after-school programming and support from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade in order to get every Colorado student on track to math proficiency.

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