Every school that uses Fill enjoys significant increases in student math performance on every measure: standardized tests, district finals, unit tests, and daily quizzes. Every time any student fails to learn a lesson, Fill makes sure they get a full second lesson from a teacher. And that's just the beginning of what Fill does. The results Fill produces are unprecedented.
Most districts today focus their remediation efforts on their lowest achieving students. Fill allows you to remediate every student, every time they don't master a lesson. Even students who achieve averages of 90% fail to master 10% of their lessons each year. Not anymore. With Fill, you track every student on every math lesson in 2 minutes a day using your warm up problems. With the click of a button, Fill interfaces with your school's schedule to automatically place students who need more help into remediation classes that fit within their schedules every day. This means that each day, your remediation class' roster is different based on the exact students who still need to master the lesson.
MINIMAL TRAINING: Teachers and administrators learn to use Fill fast. The website design and user experience are intuitive and enjoyable to use. This means you can get up and running fast at a low cost.
IMMEDIATE RESULTS: Fill gets measurable results for your students the first day you use it, and every day after. This is in sharp contrast to many software programs that only deliver results after extensive use, if at all.
PRIORITIZING LESSONS: With Fill, you know exactly what percentage of your students have mastered each lesson. This means you can sort your lessons to easily find the ones you should review for unit tests, midterms, and finals.
TARGETED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Since you know exactly which of your lessons had the lowest success rates with students, you can target your professional development efforts on making those lessons better instead of sitting through generic professional development courses that have nothing to do with what is happening in your classroom.
Fill costs $9 per student per year. That's a small price to pay for being able to help them every time they don't learn something. Districts typically spend $12,000 per year on each student. For $9 more you can unite your teachers, fine tune your instruction, and make your professional development program much more relevant and precise.