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At EdReports, we know materials matter for kids. Our mission is to increase the capacity of teachers, administrators, and leaders to seek, identify, and demand high quality instructional materials to ensure students at all levels receive an excellent education.
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Not all students have the same access to rigorous curriculum materials and this perpetuates the opportunity gap.
For education to be truly excellent and equitable, high quality curriculum and instructional materials must be available and implemented for all students.
“When you’re adopting instructional materials, it’s easy to think that receiving the textbooks you’ve chosen is the end of the process. But really it’s only the beginning. These tools from EdReports guide us in assessing the strengths and weaknesses of our academic programs so that we can offer teachers targeted, strategic supports and ensure the materials we have will help students thrive.”– Geoff Dean, Instructional Math Coach, Clovis Unified School District