The system makes it easy for the teacher to make individual assignments, select or create lessons, create and score tests, track student progress, and perform other administrative tasks. This allows the teacher to concentrate on teaching and providing the individual attention needed by at-risk learners. The system incorporates research-based elements that are essential for effective basic skills instruction.
Since 1983 U.S. Basic Skills has been working with hundreds
of local schools and other organizations to develop and perfect a system
for implementing effective basic skills instruction and has helped over
300,000 disadvantaged citizens reach personal education goals and successfully
transition into the workplace and society.