Ms. Hernandez teaches eighth grade. She logs on to Pearson SuccessNet at home to see the results of the previous day's assessment in math. She notes that several students are flagged for intervention. With a few clicks, she assigns the instruction and schedules a follow-up assessment. She then turns to planning her day.
Parents and students use Pearson SuccessNet to stay in touch with teachers, monitor homework assignments, and review school reports to stay closely connected to progress in school.
Amy logs on to Pearson SuccessNet to check on how her third grade son Will is doing. She finds a report from his teacher that shows Will's performance against standards with suggested activities from the school.
Nick, a tenth grader, uses Pearson SuccessNet to access an electronic version of his textbook for homework. This means he can leave his textbook in his locker at school. He also likes being able to keep track of his progress throughout the year online.