IXL for Alabama schools
IXL is proven to lead to higher academic achievement for students in Alabama. Learn more about how IXL can help your school succeed.
In the past school year, they have
collectively mastered 3,978,414 skills and
become proficient in 6,571,581 skills!
by Alabama students
Support success on Alabama state standards
Custom-built for the Alabama Course of Study, IXL's math and ELA skill plans unpack every standard into targeted skills, so teachers know exactly what students should work on in order to meet key benchmarks.View skill plans
IXL is personalized learning
Assess students at a deep level, providing reliable insights on students' grade level proficiency.
With more than 8,000 skills, IXL's open curriculum has just the right skills to support students.
IXL Analytics is an essential daily tool that helps teachers deliver data-driven instruction.
IXL uses the insights from student work to power personalized action plans that direct each student.
IXL helps you meet goals for all learners
Achieve your goals with IXL professional learning
IXL's team of experts is here to help you achieve your goals from the district to the school to the classroom. We offer highly engaging professional learning experiences and flexible delivery options to meet the needs of any district.View PD options
IXL is trusted by educators everywhere. Read about how IXL is making a positive impact on students and classrooms.
I use IXL to teach the Alabama standards to my students. It has tremendously affected the way I teach. My students have become more successful as learners due to IXL and the work is already there. Also, I am able to send the assignments to Google Classroom.
I love that IXL creates a personalized curriculum for each individual student. That is a level of differentiation I could never accomplish as an individual.
IXL has been an awesome intervention tool for us to help students close the achievement gap. Students have fun and enjoy learning and mastering skills. Also, it gives students the ability to see how the standards and curriculum are a continuum from one grade to the next.