Ascend Math

Contract Number: WLS273

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Contract Expiration Date: 1/31/2022

Dan Richardson
304 Albany
Shreveport, LA
Phone: 318-272-1979 or 318-865-8232

Ascend Math is a K to 12 personalized online math instructional resource that provides each student with a unique study path through skill gaps at each level. Individual study plans are prescriptive, adaptive, and automatically assigned.

The Ascend Math Difference

Ascend Math® has demonstrated results that enable students to achieve up to two or more grades level growth in one school year. This research-based program is an online individualized instructional resource which identifies skill gaps, prescribes targeted instruction, and motivates students to succeed.

Schools may use Ascend Math as a Core Math Curriculum or a Supplemental Math Curriculum to target the needs of special populations including Tier II and Tier III Interventions, Special Education, Gifted and Talented, Algebra Readiness, Acceleration and Credit Recovery.

As a one-to-one learning resource, students in the same class can work at their own pace at a level that is appropriate for each student while providing teachers and administrators valuable real time information for progress monitoring, appropriately grouping students in blended classroom environments and providing a truly Individualized Learning model.

The Ascend Math student learning center offers video instruction for each lesson, interactive practice, technology manipulatives that support math modeling and conceptual understanding, and printable and virtual study guides.

We would love to answer any questions and describe ways in which schools are implementing Ascend Math to improve passing rates and outpace high stakes growth targets.

Ascend Math addresses the learning loss and meets requirements for ESSER funding. Built in reporting provide real time data to reflect acceleration in math learning to remove gaps in standards caused by learning loss. 


Multiple year pricing available. Please contact your Ascend Math Representative, Dan Richardson, for detailed price information.

These products were competitively bid.