Student with autism “growing in leaps and bounds” on Reflex

“Students who can not quickly multiply and divide or add and subtract often ‘get left behind’ in the general education math class; they are still trying to connect the dots, as the rest of the students are moving on in multi-step problems. One of our 6th grade autistic students is growing in leaps and bounds, in his math skills and confidence. His smile lights up the room, as the other kids sincerely cheer him on! Another of our quieter students is surprising us with his repeated use of Reflex at home. He is showing astounding growth in fluency and facts solved.”

–Special Education Teacher, Elementary School, Portland School District 1J, OR