JUMP Math works for educators and students.

See the proof for yourself. Extensive research demonstrates that JUMP Math works – for every child, in every classroom. Our approach is informed by the latest science of how people learn and has been shown in a variety of studies, including two randomized controlled trials, to significantly improve students’ achievements and confidence in math.

Research & Case Studies

Article Summary Author Publication Published

Math Minds Research

A collaboration between U. of Calgary, two school districts, and JUMP Math to strengthen grades 1-6 numeracy saw year-over-year gains, especially in problem-solving and conceptual understanding.

Mathematics & Cognitive Science

University of Calgary

2020

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Two-Year Randomized Controlled Trial: Sick Kids Hospital

A 2013-2015 large-scale study of elementary students taught with JUMP Math, found that students made significant gains in math learning after two years, especially in problem-solving.

Efficacy Research

Hospital for Sick Children, Tracy Solomon et. al., funded by the US dept. of Education

2019

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Six-month Randomized Controlled Trial: Sick Kids Hospital

A large-scale randomized controlled trial saw JUMP Math students make significantly more progress relative to the norm in math fluency and computation.

Efficacy Research

The Hospital for Sick Children and OISE/UT in Toronto and funded by the US Department of Education

2019

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National Book Fund School Studies

Through tracking the progress of students over seven years, the growth in math achievement in students who participated in JUMP Math grew at a minimum of 2.4 times the rate of the WRAT-4.

Efficacy Research

JUMP Math

2019

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Brooklyn Case Study

Between 2017 and 2019, four schools in Brooklyn, New York who implemented JUMP Math achieved significant gains across all grades on state tests.

Efficacy Research

JUMP Math

2019

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Manhattan Case Study

In 2018, two master teachers using JUMP Math in grade 4 at the school increased the number of students scoring level 3 and 4 from 40% to 81%.

Efficacy Research

Manhattan Charter School

2018

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Barcelona One-Year Study

JUMP Math improves student math scores and performance in 85% of students - avg. score on a standardized math test grew from 3.1pts out of 10 to 5.2pts/10 after one year of JUMP Math instruction.

Efficacy Research

Autonomous University of Barcelona

2013

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Toronto Case Study

In 2007, during her first year using JUMP Math, a Toronto teacher lifted her class average ranking from the 66th percentile on the grade 5 TOMA test to 92nd percentile on the grade 6 test.

Efficacy Research

JUMP Math

2010

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JUMP Math Study: Borough of Lambeth, London, England 2007-2009

From 2006 to 2010, 500 behavioral and special ed. students used JUMP Math in a large pilot in Lambeth. At the start, 20% of the students were at grade level; each year 60% passed the natl. math exams.

Efficacy Research

JUMP Math

2009

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JUMP Math: Lambeth 2007

In 2007, Lambeth experienced a rise in its national test scores in mathematics by 7 percentage points, moving from close to the bottom to within two points of the national average.

Efficacy Research

JUMP Math

2007

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Vancouver School Board

This report found an overwhelming agreement among 100 teachers that JUMP Math develops in teachers and students a confidence, self-efficacy, and a sense that they can do math and even love it.

Efficacy Research

Learning Services Vancouver

2007

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JUMP Math: Lambeth 2006

In the summer term of 2006, 24 schools in Lambeth, England, used the JUMP Math program with children who were at least 2 years below age-related expectation.

Efficacy Research

JUMP Math

2006

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OISE Study: Effects of JUMP Math Approach on Elementary Students’ Math Confidence

A research study conducted at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the UofT found a significant relationship between students’ math confidence and the JUMP Math approach.

Cognitive Science

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

2004

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