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Find out what's happening with MathXL for School. What conferences are we going to? When are new features going to release and what are they? And how is this technology changing the way people teach and learn mathematics and statistics?

New feature: Push Assignments

July 18, 2017 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

MathXL for School released a new feature called Push Assignments for EasyBridge Plus/Auto customers on July 21, 2017.

This enhancement allows teachers to push multiple assignments from one course into multiple courses or sections with the click of a button. Admins are able to push assignments from the district course gallery to teachers' courses across the district.

This is a huge time-saver for teachers as they prep next year's courses!

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MathXL for School Summer 2017 Update

June 13, 2017 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

The MathXL for School Summer 2017 release - scheduled for June 19, 2017 - increases levels of customization and flexibility for instructors for in-progress assignments and simplifies the teaching and learning experience with ease of use updates. Learn more.

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What’s New for December 2016?

December 19, 2016 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

The following enhancements will be released on December 20, 2016 for MathXL for School. There will be NO downtime for the release.

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What's New for June 2016?

June 13, 2016 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

The enhancements described below will be released for MathXL for School on or around June 21, 2016.

There will be no downtime with this release.

 

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MathXL for School Preview Account Access Discontinued

April 26, 2016 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Pearson has discontinued access to its MathXL for School preview account which uses the following login credentials:

Username: pearsonmath / Password: pearsonmath

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. If you would like to sample or preview MathXL for School, please contact your local Pearson Account General Manager or call customer service at 1-800-848-9500 and they can help you locate your local Pearson representative.

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Reporting Service Now Available for District Administrators

February 12, 2016 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

Administrators--get access to valuable information on teacher and student usage of MathXL for School with our new district reporting service! Two options are available:

Teacher Usage Report

A sortable spreadsheet with information regarding teacher usage of MathXL for School in your district for the current school year.

Admin Access to the Reporting Dashboard

Access to the Reporting Dashboard to:

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What's New for January 2016?

December 04, 2015 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

The enhancements described below will be released for MathXL for School on December 15th, unless otherwise noted.

There will be no downtime with this release.

 

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NEW on-site PD workshop for MathXL for School

November 12, 2015 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

Get the most out of your MathXL for School subscription with Pearson's NEW on-site professional development workshop!

Transforming Teaching & Learning with MathXL for School

Learn how to:

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What's New for June 2015

May 28, 2015 | By: mxls | Category: Product Updates

On June 23, 2015, MathXL for School will be updated with the new features described below.

Due to this upgrade, MathXL for School courses will not be available on Tuesday, June 23 from 5:00 PM EDT to 11:00 PM EDT. The actual downtime may be shorter, but please do not schedule any tests or other assignments during this time.

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Corby Drone's Saturday Breakfast Club Helps Students with Math

April 21, 2015 | By: mxls | Category: Press

Corby Drone has been giving up his Saturday mornings for the past two years in order to support students in a math tutoring program at Pottstown (Pennsylvania) High School using MathXL for School.

Read the details in a local news article. 

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