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Brattle Education is a full-service learning company. We collaborate with leading educational publishers, academics and researchers, digital learning companies, and global education partners.

The featured projects highlight some of our most challenging and impactful educational solutions for intervention students, second-language learners, and early literacy instruction.

Projects & Clients

Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate

Brattle Education worked closely with the institute to create classroom and institute-based civics lessons, materials, student activities, and projects that provide experiential instruction about the United States Senate to middle and high school students.

Jigsaw Learning, TeachTown

Brattle Education provided design and production services to Jigsaw Learning to create an assessment system with national and state customized versions. In all, Brattle Education produced more than 20 components.


Brattle Education wrote more than 100 oral language fluency passages for a Grades K–3 online reading intervention product that featured age- and skill-appropriate reading materials.

Lexia Learning, a Division of Rosetta Stone

During multiple project efforts, Brattle Education provided Lexia Learning with instructional design, content development, design, and production services for various Grades K–8 reading and language arts products  including:

Core5® Reading, Reading Units
Core5® Reading, Texas Writing Prompt Pack
PowerUp Literacy®, Texas Writing Prompt Pack

VoyagerSopris, a Division of Cambium Learning

Working with our client, Brattle provided instructional design and full-service assessment development for the digital version of LANGUAGE! Live, a popular reading intervention program. Brattle created more than 100 assessment items that were used for diagnostic purposes.

RTI, USAID, and the Republic of Liberia

Brattle worked closely with our in-country partners to conceptualize and design EGMA, a comprehensive Grades 1–3 mathematics intervention program, and then executed this vision with a full-service project effort. The program had nationwide distribution in more than 800 Liberian schools.