Systematic Learning Solutions Correlated with TABE

Pace has designed curriculum coordinated for use with TABE for nearly half a century. You can easily target TABE objectives using our skill-specific lesson titles and testing resources.

Pace lessons and “mini-measures” are designed in small steps. Each Pace lesson addresses a discrete skill, allowing the learning manager to precisely match Pace instruction with deficiencies in skills and sub-skills tested on TABE Tests.

To learn more about how these programs correlate with TABE 9&10 and TABE 11&12, review our scope and sequence and correlations by visiting https://pacelearning.com/customer-resources/.

NEW!

Pace Packages for TABE Level E-D

Everything Needed for Efficient TABE Remediation E-D

(3rd-9th; TABE E, M, D)

A combination of Pace materials from multiple Pace systems, including everything needed for efficient TABE remediation at Levels E-D – closely coordinated with TABE sub-skills by test item.

The At Your Own Pace Series (AYOP)
Bridging the Gap from Literacy to Basic Education

(3rd-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.

The Accelerated Learning Lab
Comprehensive, Individualized Basic Skills Education

(5th +; TABE M, D, A, and HSE)

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.

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.
The Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is Copyright © Data Recognition Corporation. TABE Tests are trademarks of Data Recognition Corporation. DRC has not sponsored or evaluated the substantive content of this web page.