Data-driven guidance to Build Motivation, Confidence, and Success
Learning is a continuum, and when teachers can make informed decisions to keep students advancing on that path every day, students have the opportunity to reach their full potential. n2y’s Total Solution integrates a results‑driven IEP creation system, high‑quality academic instruction and practice, behavior management, automated data tracking, and evidence-based instructional support to ensure positive outcomes.
Activate achievement through Differentiated Learning
When students are learning at a level that matches their abilities, they are more likely to experience success. Along with IEP creation, data-driven differentiation and personalization across the academic, current events, behavior, and skill‑building components of the Total Solution help motivate learning with personalized goals and accessible, age‑appropriate lessons and activities. And easy access to their instruction through Student View ensures teachers can provide the necessary support wherever their students are learning—in school or at home.
Drive daily successes with Centralized Progress Monitoring
Multiple options for monitoring student progress—from daily student performance data to formative and summative assessments, behavior tracking, and progress toward skill mastery—make it simple to create and implement IEPs, inform instruction, establish present levels of performance (PLAAFP), predict and show improvements, and prepare students for state testing.
Create a path to Independence
The ultimate measure of success for all learners is independence. That’s why the Total Solution begins integrating life and executive functioning skills into lessons and activities as early as pre‑K. For older students, a transition grade band with planning tools, assessments, and ongoing support guides them to independence and greater opportunities beyond school.
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