Case Studies

Flashlight in Alabama

School districts all over Alabama, including Oxford and Tuscaloosa, are catching the vision. “We needed something where our students could practice and become confident.” With the help of Flashlight360, their students’ speaking and writing skills “are overflowing into the classroom” and the ACCESS test.

See how they’ve transformed their students’ experience.


Thornton Elementary, Temple ISD

Flashlight360 is helping students in Temple ISD develop language with an assets-based approach. Teachers use it as both an informative tool and formative assessment to guide instruction.  Students use it as an opportunity to practice the language they need for their core classes and high stake assessments. 

West Lake Story

Flashlight360 was implemented in West Lake Junior High School as an assessment tool to measure reading and writing. With more frequent data their teachers are able to tailor their instruction and the impact has been “game changing”.  

Granite School District Story

Flashlight360 was implemented across Granite School District as a formative assessment tool. See how it built student confidence while helping them develop the language they needed for the WIDA assessment. At the same time it lightened the load for teachers and gave them valuable progres data to guide instruction. 

EJE Academies Story

Excellence and Justice in Education Academies used Flashlight360 to lighten the load for teachers. By bringing all the components of the formative assessment process into one spot they were able to make quick gains in speaking and writing while making it fun for kids.

Roswell ISD Story

 Roswell Independent School District serves over 1,200 multilingual students. Before Flashlight360 they had no language development data outside of ACCESS. See how they used Flashlight360 to gather student data and grow in the speaking and writing domains.

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