August 31, 2017
Guest Blogger Jodi Hufendick, High School English Teacher, Covington, WA
These reviews are about empowering schools and districts to make the best choices for their students and local communities. Knowing which materials truly align to college and career ready standards and where those gaps are is the first step in ensuring that the promise of High School English language arts can be fulfilled. And make no mistake about it – the promise of ELA extends well beyond any graduation date.
August 31, 2017
We are proud to publish our inaugural reviews of high school ELA instructional materials. After reviewing six series, EdReports.org found that:
- All grades for three series fully meet EdReports' criteria for overall alignment and usability; and
- Three series reveal mixed findings across grades for alignment.
Compare all high school ELA instructional material reports.
August 30, 2017
EdReports.org just published new math reports.
- The Utah Middle School Math Project (University of Utah Middle School Math Project) middle school grades 7 and 8 fully meet our criteria for alignment and partially meet our criteria for usability.
August 16, 2017
Guest blog by Stephanie Stephens, Associate Director of Education, PACE Center for Girls, Inc.
As educators, we know that summers are a time to relax, reflect, and plan for our next school year. We’re always looking for ways to develop as leaders and practitioners so that we can better serve the teachers and students we work with. Read more about Stephanie's experience at ILA this summer and how it's preparing her to face new challenges as another school year begins.
July 13, 2017
EdReports.org hosted its annual content reviewer training in Chicago, Illinois from June 28-30. Classroom teachers, instructional coaches, and district and state leaders came together to prepare to become EdReports reviewers. Throughout the week, our reviewers shared why materials matter. Here's what they said...
July 10, 2017
Join us at ILA 2017 on July 15, 2017 at 1:00PM ET, Room W303.