Hundreds of California schools are now using MMARS™, Multiple Measures Online Assessment Reporting System, to affect curriculum and instruction at the district level, the site level, and in the classroom.

Teachers covet this data. They are being held accountable for gains in student achievement, yet in the past, have had no tools by which they could effectively evaluate their students, their curriculum, and themselves.

Ask us who’s using MMARS™ in your area. Our customers are thrilled with our products and our personalized service. Our cutting-edge technology, coupled with unparalleled customer service via telephone, email, and LiveChat make us an industry leader and partner our customers can rely on.  Here's what a few are saying.

“In my experience, MMARS’ ability to accurately estimate API scores is unique. Not only can MMARS provide API Base and Growth scores well before the numbers are issued by the state, it can also provide detail and subgroup information that the state does not! When it comes to API scores, there are no surprises in my district.”

— Jim Pisano, PhD Research and Assessment Orange Unified School District

”MMARS is fast, accurate and user-friendly. Teachers, administrators and counselors can finally put their fingers on the data — in usable and up-to-date formats. All of this and a great tech support department!”
— Carol Catinari Coordinator of Special Projects Natomas Unified School District

”MMARS provides our department with state of the art assessment charts and the ability to select detailed groups of students using filters. We produce a wide variety of assessment reports with the MMARS program for our 40 school sites. Many reports are three-year comparisons. The detailed API estimates for each site are used in conjunction with the sites’ official summary CDE APR reports. All of our MMARS reports are printed directly into Acrobat files and placed on our Intranet for school site staff to access. “
— John Michael Duffy, PhD Program Administrator, Research and Assessment Pomona Unified School District