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October 18, 2017

New K-12 Math and ELA reports released today

EdReports just released new information on five programs in K-12 math and English language arts. 

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October 12, 2017

EdReports reflection of WestEd Educator Focus Groups: Teachers share how they evaluate their instructional materials

In spring 2017, WestEd published findings from a series of focus groups with teachers from across the country, all of whom had participated in formal adoption curriculum processes in English Language Arts, mathematics, or both in the past five years. The first set of conversations centered on how teachers evaluate the quality of instructional materials in their classrooms.  

We’ve been thinking a lot about these focus group conclusions and how these voices connect to our work at EdReports.org. Here's what we found:

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October 12, 2017

High-quality materials allow students to be excited by what’s going on in the world

“High quality materials allow for coherence, for rigorous learning, to have students be excited by what’s going on in the world.” – Steve Lebel, teacher, NH

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Voices

September 27, 2017

Educator voice matters

Educator Voice Matters. High School Teacher, Arthur Everett tells us why.

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September 27, 2017

Educator Q/A: Being great leaders...and great learners

We recently caught up with EdReports Board member and principal at Sitton Elementary School in Portland, OR, Dana Nerenberg, and EdReports Reviewer and high school teacher in Brooklyn, NY, Arthur Everett to chat about how growing as leaders has impacted their schools as well as the importance of educator voice in the national education landscape. Both were 2016-17 U.S. Department of Education School Ambassador Fellows.

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September 20, 2017

All students deserve a quality education

“All students, regardless of where they come from, deserve a quality education.” Hear about the role instructional materials play in helping to ensure equal education for all.

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