Pace Programs

Pace Learning Systems has a passion for student success. Since 1977, we have designed learning systems that reach struggling learners in basic education settings. The Pace Approach ensures success in small steps, creates a work process that encourages student independence, and provides the learner a clear path to quick, consistent progress.

We believe that Nothing Teaches Like Success. Utilizing a student-centered, personalized learning model, we offer solutions to help you address the diversity of your students’ backgrounds and needs. The experience of consistent learning success is a key ingredient in any effective education model, and Pace programs are engineered to promote and support consistent success.

At Your Own Pace Series

Bridging the Gap from Literacy to Basic Education

(2nd-5th; TABE E, M)

A self-paced series that “bridges the gap” from literacy to basic education – teaches essential Reading, English, and Math skills at low reading levels (RFL 3.0-5.9), and develops independence and self-pacing skills required for quick progress in basic education courses.

Accelerated Learning Lab

Comprehensive, Individualized Basic Skills Education

(5th-HSE; TABE M, D, A)

A prescriptive, interactive, and highly effective self-paced basic education curriculum that consists of self-contained learning systems in 8 core academic areas (RFL 5.0-12.5). Closely coordinated with TABE, CASAS, CCRS, and HSE tests.

Life Skills 25

Personal and Interpersonal Soft Skills Development

(RL 5th-7th)

A comprehensive “soft-skills” curriculum that develops a set of 25 core personal and interpersonal soft skills. Life Skills 25 is organized in three series: Self-Development, Achieving Personal Goals, and Interpersonal Skills, and is adaptable to a wide range of students in different settings.

Need Help? Many times, the best solution for a given program is a mix of different learning systems that reach unique students in unique ways. Contact us any time at (800) 826-7223 to learn more about customized solutions for your class or school.

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