SuccessMaker®: A Digital Learning Curriculum


Research and Validity

Pearson combines the latest education theories with decades of real-world experience to bring the most innovative digital learning solutions to your classrooms. We support your own commitment to quality education by creating standards- and research-based software solutions that stand up to efficacy demands, industry reviews and customer expectations.


The Proof is in the Numbers

Independent data shows SuccessMaker really works. If your math performance scores aren't adding up or your English/language arts scores aren't telling the right story, SuccessMaker can help. The results speak for themselves. Download the latest efficacy research here.

From the initial product development to usability and efficacy testing, research is a big part of what we do. The research that went into SuccessMaker constitutes the biggest ongoing research effort to date for any of our digital products.

SuccessMaker's comprehensive, rigorous K-8 curriculum is developed through rigorous analysis of:

  • State standards across the country.
  • The Common Core State Standards Initiative.
  • Recommendations of leading educational organizations including the National Reading Panel, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Project 2061's Benchmarks for Science Literacy and the National Science Education Standards.


Continuous Improvement

The product development process is never really done. To ensure that SuccessMaker consistently delivers powerful results for students, we continue to work with SuccessMaker users to drive ongoing product development and improvement.

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Development Research

The latest education theories, the recommendations of the National Institute for Literacy, IRA, National Reading Panel, NCTM, and over 60 individual research citations informed every step of SuccessMaker's development process.

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Program Facts

State Pages

  • 21st Century Learners (P21)
  • Whiteboard Compatible (WBC)
  • Digital Courseware
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
  • STEM
  • Funding