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The Facts Are In:

Creative Brain Students Do Much Better In Math and English Language Arts!

84% of students enrolled in Creative Brain afterschool rank “Advanced” and”Proficient” in Math on the CST Rank

compared to 49% of students enrolled in other afterschool programs within the same district

Source: Independent Evaluation by Claremont Graduate University, Department of Statistics, 2013.

CST in Math Montebello Gardens Elementary School

Compared to other programs in Montebello USD

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CST in ELA: Montebello Gardens Elementary School

Compared to other programs in Montebello USD

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Figure 1 shows, students enrolled in the Creative Brain Learning afterschool program at Montebello Gardens Elementary School have more than 45% who tested at the “Advanced” Level in Math, as compared to 20% in other comparable programs! The percentage of students testing “proficient” in math is at 38%, compared to 27% of students in other programs. With a total of 84% of students ranking “advanced” and “proficient” (compared to 49% at other programs), percentages of Creative Brain students testing at the “Basic” and “Below Basic” levels are far below those of comparable sites: 11% compared to 26% at “Basic”, and 4% compared to 20% at the “Below Basic” level. While other programs showed 5% of students testing “Far Below Basic”, not one single student enrolled in the Creative Brain program tested at that level.

Figure 2 above illustrates California Standardized Test results in English Language Arts. Even in a predominantly Spanish-speaking English learner community, 66% of students enrolled in the Creative Brain afterschool program tested at the “advanced” and “proficient” level, as opposed to 34% of students enrolled in competing programs, which is almost twice the number!Only 5% of Creative Brain stu dents tested at the “Below Basic” level, compared to 20% of students in competing programs. Competing programs show the majority of students testing at the “Basic” and “Below Basic” levels, with 10% finishing at “Far Below Basic”.

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