Announcements

  • A Lesson in Global Citizenship

    Building respect, empathy and tolerance among today's students is just one part of the global citizenship curriculum.  Click here to learn more about this workshop held in LHRIC's Active Learning Center (ALC) & check the Model Schools Catalog for future course offerings.

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  • Have you seen our LHRIC/eChalk Help page?

    Click here to find valuable resources that our team has created as a result of work within the region!

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  • TLI Winter Event

    On January 20th, attending TLI members analyzed strategic approaches to support trending & emerging tools in today's classroom.  Click here to read more!

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  • LHRIC announces a partnership with Tech 4 Learning in support of Wixie!

    For more information regarding Tech 4 Learning, please see our *new* product page for Wixie.
    http://it.lhric.org/wixie 

     

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  • LHRIC announces a partnership with McGraw Hill for Redbird Mathematics!

    For more information regarding Redbird Mathematics, please contact Mary Lynn Collins: mcollins@lhric.org or Bobbi Baker: bbaker@lhric.org.

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  • LHRIC announces a partnership with Lexia Learning!

    For more information regarding Lexia, please contact Bobbi Baker: bbaker@lhric.org & Mary Lynn Collins: mcollins@lhric.org.

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  • The Speak Up Project

    The Speak Up project is facilitated by Project Tomorrow, and provides a simple way to give key stakeholders (students, parents and educators) the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools. Click Here to learn more & complete the survey!

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  • Active Learning Center @ LHRIC

    What does the "classroom of the future" look like?  How can space and environment enable learning? Click Here to learn more and see how you can visit our Active Learning Center (ALC).

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  • Model Schools 2016-2017 Catalog Released!

    Click here to register in MyLearningPlan

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Achieve3000

Achieve3000
*Instructional software purchased through the LHRIC includes a professional service from our experienced staff.

About this Service

For more than a decade, Achieve3000 has supported the individuality and potential of every student by reaching them where they are to help them reach higher levels of reading and writing proficiency.

Our fundamental belief is that literacy unlocks achievement, and that the key to improving literacy is differentiated instruction. Today, Achieve3000 is the leader in differentiated online instruction, serving more than one million students across the United States. In 2011, Inc. magazine included Achieve3000 on its annual 500/5000 list for the fifth consecutive year, the exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest growing private companies.

LHRIC Contact

Mae IsaacMae Isaac
Technology Support Specialist
misaac@lhric.org
914-922-3450

Achieve believes:

  • That the challenge of so many students being unprepared for college and career absolutely must and can be solved
  • That every child — talented kids, ELL kids, special needs kids, gifted kids, all kids — deserves equal opportunity to reach higher
  • That, in order to reach higher, every student needs to and can read and write above level — and that this is the surest path to self-esteem, intrinsic motivation and academic/lifelong success
  • There is no such thing as an underachieving student — every student is ready and able to start achieving
  • That Web-based differentiated instruction using nonfiction content and real-time Lexile assessment is the difference maker. Our customers believe this as much as we do. The students and parents we touch believe it even more.