d69aa9a4-9bc8-cb67-0e1e-c5d12adfd604.jpg
 

Johnson City Central Schools

Johnson City, New York
2500 Students

For too many years we have struggled to pull the pieces of RTI together. We are excited to see the power of a strengthened RTI system with the support of Branching Minds!
— Sherri Yagley, CIO / District Data Coach

Fremont School District 72

Freemont, Illinois
2,230 Students

Your innovative approach personalizes and individualizes effective interventions to meet the needs of every child.
— Dr. Jill Gildea, Superintendent
 
Logo.jpg

7ADUs_VR_400x400.jpg
 

New Teacher Center

Chicago, Illinois

Branching Minds provided a way to integrate learning science into my coaching practice. The platform helped my teacher and I identify crucial action steps for students they were struggling to support.
— Teaching Coach

Harrington Park School District

700 Students
Harrington Park, New Jersey

I believe that Branching Minds will empower our teachers to identify, understand and respond to ALL of our children. I believe I have found what I’ve been searching for all these years.
— Dr. Adam Fried, Superintendent
 

 

Prince William County Schools

Dale City Elementary School
Prince William County, Virginia

For the first time ever, teachers feel empowered to provide the appropriate intervention for struggling students. They truly have a voice but not only that, Branching Minds brings that teacher collaboration to the forefront. As an elementary principal, I also love the fact that Branching Minds is linked to our current universal screener (MAP) and as a former special education teacher, I love the fact that Executive Function is one of the recognized domains that teachers can identify as an area of weakness. But mostly, there is teacher “buy in”. Fast buy in!
— Cindy Crowe-Miller, Principal
Branching Mind is a powerful tool in helping our intervention teams in Prince William County School System in meeting the needs of students requiring more intensive support. This is an excellent resource that is effective in helping the interventionists, classroom educators, and administrators work smarter not harder! We are so glad to be able to use this tool.
— Rebecca Yellets, Supervisor of Specialized Intervention

Spring Branch ISD

Houston, Texas

As our team became more proficient with supporting students individual needs, it became clear that we needed a better way to keep track of how we intervene with students and also more tools on how to intervene and why. Branching Minds provides so much more than just a solution to our problem. Branching Minds has illuminated a path forward for developing the foundational systems and processes we need to truly personalize supports for our students. In addition, Branching Minds multiplies our capacity to identify and respond to student needs.
— Sarah Guerrero, Principal, Northbrook Middle School
 

 

Woodbridge Township School District

Woodbridge, New Jersey

Hearing about what other teachers are doing to help the student gives me a new perspective.
— Frieda Olvesen, Math Teacher, Colonia Middle School

Clarke County School District

Athens, Georgia

Great organizational program!
— Amy Hill, Assistant Principal, Timothy Road Elementary
It is very easy to send out the surveys and for all teachers to see and input data.
— Melissa Albano, Teacher, Oglethorpe Avenue Elementary
 

 

Rowan-Salisbury School District

Rowan County, North Carolina

The program is very teacher friendly and it is very supportive to find interventions for any struggling student.
— Gretchen Brown, Teacher, China Grove Elementary School
The goals definitely give you the opportunity to fully consider every aspect of the student. It streamlines information and creates a platform for conversation that truly gives you data that you can use to assess a student. Our guidance counselor does an exceptional job of taking notes and Branching Minds gives us the opportunity to get all of the information we need.
— Jennifer Brazee, Teacher, North Rowan Middle School
There is a good variety of supports to choose from and it is great to see what everyone is doing.
— Jaime Pacilio, Math Teacher, North Rowan Middle School
I like how I get constant reminders on my email. As well, it is satisfying to know when my “to do” list is complete. The “to do” list is a great idea. I like when my “to do” list is all complete! It has given me more time to plan effective lesson plans.
— Michael McConnell, Teacher, Woodleaf Elementary

Mineola Union Free School District

Mineola, New York

It’s a good way for multiple professionals to answer similar questions about a specific student that is seen in different settings.
— Damaris Ramirez, Teacher, Jackson Avenue Elementary School