n2y Multiplies Resources Acquires AbleNet’s Equals Mathematics Program To Enhance Accessible Math Instruction For Unique Learners
n2y, the leader in special education content development, announced the acquisition of AbleNet’s Equals Mathematics program with the corresponding manipulatives kit, a proven multisensory math instruction developed for students with disabilities. This acquisition allows n2y to further expand its impact on the lives of students and teachers in the special education classroom
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The Equals Mathematics program will be the latest integration to Unique Learning System®, n2y’s online, standards- and research-based academic solution developed and differentiated specifically to help unique learners achieve personal, meaningful growth and independence.
“Our goal is to enrich the lives of our students,” said Ed Holmes, n2y CEO. “Math literacy is at the forefront of learning recovery and student success. We are confident that the combination of Equals and Unique Learning System will help us achieve the goal of elevating math instruction while continuing to impact the lives of our growing number of students.”
The Equals Mathematics program with the manipulatives kit uses research-based practices that will be directly integrated into Unique Learning System’s lessons and activities across every grade band, K‒12. Through this valuable integration, educators can help students approach abstract concepts with improved concrete and critical-thinking skills, as well as build on conceptual understanding. Furthermore, the lessons and activities will be differentiated, making learning more accessible for every student—providing a more impactful and comprehensive educational experience.
“We felt n2y was the perfect partner to take Equals into the future,” said Jen Thalhuber, AbleNet CEO. “Their commitment to transitioning the program into a digital delivery solution while maintaining the essential multimodal learning pedagogy ensures the best outcomes for all our math learners in special education.”
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