February 10, 2016
We hear time and time again that our educator reviewers are driven by the knowledge that their reviews directly support districts, teachers, and publishers seeking aligned, quality instructional materials. As teachers, coaches, and district- and state-leads, they know the value of being able to access information to make the right content decisions for their students. Hear directly from some of them about how they hope their work can inform and improve the field.
February 10, 2016
New reviews of four K-8 math series (15 grade-level reports) are now available on the EdReports.org website. Educators from across the country worked diligently, using our rigorous methodology, to analyze these materials and provide high-quality evidence that will support classrooms nationwide. We are both grateful for and proud of the work that our reviewers have completed.
December 18, 2015
We are always so grateful for the time, energy and deep thought that our reviewers bring to their work. Their motivation is incredibly powerful, too – to provide more information to the field and support educators nationwide. Hear directly from some of them about why this by-educator approach is important.
December 17, 2015
With a new year approaching comes a great opportunity to reflect. As I think about the past year, I am grateful for our partners, our Board, our staff and our network of educators that has helped EdReports advance its mission to increase the capacity of teachers, administrators and leaders to seek, identify and demand the highest-quality instructional materials.
October 28, 2015
Hear directly from some of EdReports.org's Content Review Team members about how the time they’re putting into their reviews to support schools and districts will save other educators time when selecting and implementing their curriculum.
October 27, 2015
In March 2015, we published our first set of K-8 reviews, including grade-level and series reports for 20 K-8 mathematics series. Following our launch, we heard overwhelmingly—from publishers, mathematicians, stakeholders and educators—that those who are using our reviews to help inform their purchasing decisions and to inform how they utilize their current textbooks want even more information. In response, we made a few revisions to our methodology and evidence guides to add more.