HMH Math Inventory’s unique assessment technology quantifies what students are ready to learn and transforms that into actionable data, confident students, and college- and career-readiness.
HMH Math Inventory is based on a scientific taxonomy of over 500 math concepts and skills to assess readiness and task difficulty.
Reliable data guide teachers in making grouping and intervention recommendations.
By utilizing the same scoring scale, teachers can compare readiness levels with instructional tasks to inform instruction.
Adaptive technology increases student confidence while accurately measuring proficiency in skills required for college- and career- readiness.
The Early Numeracy screener is designed to quickly determine basic skills in an environment that is appropriate for young students, prior to administering the full adaptive ability test.
The assessment provides read alouds for all items and responses in English and Spanish to ensure the test is measuring students’ math—not reading—proficiency.
In partnership with Mindset Works®, Math Inventory includes growth-mindset feedback to motivate students to persevere, promoting effort and focus.
HMH Math Inventory gives teachers the accurate and actionable data they need to measure, plan, and implement customized teaching strategies.
The Instruction Planning Report groups students by readiness levels and provides recommendations for each student.
HMH’s Progress to College and Career Report lets teachers track progress over time and access recommendations based on the previous test’s score.
The Growth Report generates growth and performance level reports for each students.
The School-to-Home Report facilitates family interaction by giving teachers a customizable letter to send home, in English or Spanish, outlining students’ progress.
By providing leaders with the real-time, high-level data needed to develop and implement effective district-wide planning and resource allocation strategies, Math Inventory’s Leadership Dashboard ensures every school gets the attention it needs.
Real Time Data Snapshots provide high-level data views of student performance, average yearly growth, and percentages of students who are meeting goals each year.
District-Level Reports filter reports by school, grade, and class to help determine which schools need more resources.
Performance-Level Growth Reports include detailed recaps of annual changes in performance.
Coaches assist in learning to interpret data and reporting in a way that allows for effective instruction and intervention planning.
Teachers are guided in learning to use data to identify student readiness for new math concepts.
Measure Growth and Goals
Coaches walk teachers through accurately measuring growth and setting appropriate goals based on student data.
Identify Intervention Needs
Coaches guide teachers through the process of utilizing data to identify students in need of intervention.