“100%” is our commitment to meeting the needs of the whole child
At n2y, we believe no two learners are alike. And that’s a wonderful thing. But it can also be a challenging prospect when developing and executing a diverse range of IEPs. That’s why the core of our “100% me” commitment is a simple philosophy: When you meet the needs of the whole child, positive outcomes will follow for all students, special education teachers, and your school district.
Our best-in-class solutions give teachers the ability to manage multiple student needs, while successfully focusing on one unique learner at a time. From supporting teachers through every step of the IEP process, to providing grade‑level and state‑aligned curriculum, and to addressing non-academic areas such as behavioral needs, we’re 100% behind this commitment.
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We promise to support teachers throughout the IEP process.
This means they can write data‑driven SMART goals and establish defendable Present Levels of Performance that can be tracked and measured throughout the child’s educational journey toward independence. We’re behind this 100% because we believe it’s what every unique learner deserves. It’s also what teachers and parents strive to ensure for a student’s successful transition out of school and into life.
Data-driven SMART Goals
The only solution for actionable, compliant SMART goals based on recommendations is n2y. Write and manage consistent, data-driven IEPs that evolve with the student’s learning journey.
Complete Visibility for IEP Team
User-friendly reports make every student’s IEP data easily accessible in real time for monitoring progress and demonstrating compliance.
Demonstrate compliance through data
Assessment data integrates with our IEP solution for tracking and monitoring student progress to demonstrate and achieve compliance for your district.
We believe in delivering standards-aligned curriculum for all grade levels
Used in over 60,000 classrooms, n2y is the only special education curriculum for all grade levels that aligns to extended standards in all 50 states. This combination of curriculum, data, and robust assessments empowers special education teachers to elevate the quality of education. We believe this is essential in helping provide the focus all students deserve to succeed.
Empower Teachers, Boost Student Outcomes
Focus on the needs of the whole student with differentiated lessons, activities, and assessments for measurable results and data‑driven decision‑making.
The only solution offering grade-appropriate special education curriculum that is standards-aligned in all 50 states and ensures FAPE.
Deliver Individualized Instruction
Our comprehensive suite of solutions offers a full year of units to meet every standard. No other solution gives your district this kind of benefit to ensure compliance.
Positive Behavioral Supports
We’re committed to helping create positive behavior in classrooms everywhere
One of our core beliefs at n2y is that unique learners of any level deserve to receive every opportunity to achieve their full potential in life. It starts by helping students with learning or behavior needs to develop self‑regulation skills while giving teachers the ability to successfully meet those needs. Now the focus is on instruction and learning. That gives the team and their students a lot to smile about.
Student-centered behavior strategies
Simplified Classroom Management
Monitor Behavior through data
Our “100% me” commitment is hard at work
Everything we do at n2y is designed to champion the cause for some of the world’s most valued resources: special education teachers and their unique learners. And it’s backed by more than 25 years of helping thousands of teachers, their students, and district administrators reach their goals. That’ why we’re the nation’s #1 solution provider for special education.
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