Certified Learning

Certified Learning teaches the intellectual abilities your kindergarten, first, and second grade students need for academic success.

Watch your students thrive with individualized education.

Certified Learning addresses reading, math, focusing skills, comprehension,  problem-solving, memory, evaluation, eye-hand coordination, and more. This program also teaches foundational abilities and skills that are necessary (but often lacking) for learning the content curriculum.

All of this happens as students work through the curriculum – computer, group, and  workbook exercises – at their own pace.

In my opinion, the Certified Learning program is fantastic at filling in the gaps that kids have. This is my 20th year as an educator, and I have seen nothing that does it better.

How it Works

Certified Learning is organized into three instructional centers: workbooks, computer, and group. Students spend 20 minutes in each center daily.

These centers teach your students to work both independently as well as in a group. Students take ownership of their learning when they are responsible for moving to a different center at the appropriate time.

The system provides and manages the curriculum, monitors and accumulates a record of progress, and provides interventions whenever students are having difficulties.


Focuses on concepts like hand-eye coordination, sequencing, classifying, relations, implications, and evaluation.


Teaches a mix of basic concepts, basic intellectual abilities, and basic content needed for each grade level.


Students work on the basics of classroom behavior, body control, vision skills, and auditory skills.

Program Advantages

Certified Learning is an affordable and easy to use program where every student has the opportunity to succeed to the best of his or her abilities.

It helps prepare each student for the transition to the more advanced curriculum of the middle grades.

Not only do students get to work through the curriculum at their own pace, but they also learn to take control of their behavior.

Schools and administrators consistently experience positive results and higher test scores.

"Excitement" and "empowerment" are words being used by these teachers as they and their students reap the benefits of being able to ‘certify’ that the individual educational needs of students in their classes are being met and they are reaching their goal of truly leaving no student behind!