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June 28, 2016

Educators Deliver Mixed Reviews of High School Mathematics Materials

DURHAM, N.C. — June 28, 2016 — EdReports.org, the nonprofit whose educator teams review instructional materials to determine alignment to Common Core standards, announced the results of its first round of reviews of high school mathematics textbooks. Five reports examining both three-course traditional (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II) and integrated (I, II, III) sequences were published today, along with the review tool and evidence guides educators used in the process. 

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June 28, 2016

EdReports Featured in the74million.org

Matt Barnum featured EdReports.org and our new high school math reviews on the74million.org. In the article titled "Several HS Math Textbooks Not Aligned With Common Core, Ratings Group Finds," Executive Director Eric Hirsch was quoted about why our review process and tool prioritize the key concepts of focus, coherence, rigor and the math practices: “Our educators who designed the [evaluation] tool said, ‘If it’s not covering the right math, talking about how usable it is is not constructive.’”

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May 5, 2016

EdReports May Updates

Twenty-two (22) new grade-level reports are now available, including:

We're also celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week and recognizing all of our amazing educator Content Reviewers. #EdReportsReviewer

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April 8, 2016

EdReports April Updates

In this e-Alert, we welcome Dr. Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent of Duval County Schools (Jacksonville), Florida to our Board of Directors, share summaries of the 6 new grade-level reports available on the EdReports.org website: College Preparatory Math (CPM)'s Core Connections and Carnegie Learning Math Series, and preview our high school math review tool. 

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February 10, 2016

EdReports February Updates

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.

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December 17, 2015

EdReports December Updates

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.

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