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February 13, 2018

All Students Matter: a Call for High-Quality Instructional Materials in Every School

Guest Blogger: Stephanie Stephens 
Associate Director of Education, PACE Center for Girls and EdReports Reviewer

I have been a Florida educator for over 15 years and have taught in a variety of educational settings including traditional public schools, title one schools, and Montessori schools. For all the differences between these various classrooms, one important factor remains the same: the role high quality instructional materials play in teacher support and student achievement.   

 

 

Stephanie and former student

 

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Students are our future

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February 5, 2018

EdReports empowers educators

Educator Carolyn Glicklich discusses how EdReports empowers the voices and expertise of educators to ensure all students have access to high-quality instructional materials. 

Read more about Carolyn's passion for standards-aligned curricula and why she's an EdReports reviewer.

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January 30, 2018

Great materials are out there: find the best ones for your community at EdReports.org.

Educator Adrianne Sublett talks about how EdReports.org supports teachers and high-quality instruction for all students.

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January 5, 2018

EdReports.org: educators, working together, to achieve a common goal

EdReports.org is an independent nonprofit designed to improve K-12 education. Learn more about how educators are working together to ensure all students have access to high-quality instructional materials.

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December 28, 2017

With high-quality instructional materials, the sky's the limit

EdReports.org Board Member, Audra McPhillips, discusses the importance of passionate educators and high-quality materials in the lives of students across the country.

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