Learn more about the changing materials market, key data about how we're impacting the field, and incredible stories from educators across the country.
We had a lot to celebrate in 2022. Schools were open and millions of students were able to return to in-person learning. To date, over 1,400 districts, representing nearly 16 million students, are using EdReports to make curriculum decisions. And more instructional materials than ever before met EdReports’ expectations for alignment and usability.
In our latest annual report, we shine a light on our work with states to better signal the importance of high-quality curriculum, how we partner with districts to lead comprehensive adoption processes, and our vision for the next five years as we strive to ensure all students have access to the instructional materials necessary to prepare them for college, careers, and beyond. Read more >
While we are proud of what we have accomplished in the past eight years, we know so much more needs to be done. Even with the growing availability of high-quality programs, fewer than a third of ELA materials and less than half of mathematics materials used in classrooms are standards aligned.
Nearly a quarter of teachers report having no curriculum-aligned professional learning. With the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds (ESSER) set to expire soon, there has never been a more important time to invest in quality curriculum, and the ongoing supports teachers need to implement programs well.
We also know that we could have never reached nearly 16 million students without the dedication of our 900+ educator reviewers who have improved materials for the next generation of students. We are grateful to our #EdReportsNetwork and to you all for your ongoing commitment and support. We look forward to more great things in the future.