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Accelerated Math is a progress-monitoring tool that monitors and manages mathematical skills practice. It is primarily used in third grade through eighth grade. Mathematical concepts (objectives) are assigned to the students. Students work at his or her own academic level and those who advance are given more objectives.

Students record their answers to assignments, exercises, and tests on special forms. The forms are scored using optical mark recognition scanners, called AccelScan, which are connected to the computer.

The TOPS Report (The Opportunity to Praise Students), is printed automatically after scanning an assignment, exercise, or test. It contains scores for each math objective and a list of correct and incorrect answers. This allows students and teachers to immediately identify specific concepts with which the student had difficulty.