Part two of our Coffee Chat webinar series on the state of the instructional materials market, featuring Marquis Alvaradous, Dr. Melissa Galloway, and Jonathan Regino.
This is the second in our four-part Coffee Chat webinar series on the state of the instructional materials market.
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The availability of standards-aligned instructional materials continues to increase. In 2021, 51% of English language arts and 44% of math core materials reviewed by EdReports met expectations for alignment. Yet, only 40% of math teachers and 26% of ELA teachers report using a quality curriculum even once a week. During this Coffee Chat, participants will hear directly from educators about the key factors that have influenced their curriculum decisions, and how high-quality materials deliver not only grade-level content but also meet the diverse learning needs of today’s students.
Dr. Melissa Galloway is an Online Adjunct Instructor for the University of the People, the founder of E3 Consulting, LLC, and an EdReports Klawe Fellow. She previously served as a principal with Columbia Public Schools in Missouri as well as a principal and assistant principal with Broken Arrow Public Schools in Oklahoma.
Jonathan Regino is a Supervisor of Teaching and Learning for STEM at the Marple Newtown School District in Pennsylvania, and an EdReports Klawe Fellow. He spent over a decade as a middle school math and science teacher, and worked for a number of years at the state level as a Professional Development Specialist for Delaware County Intermediate Unit.
Marquis Alvaradous is a Math Specialist at EdReports. He has more than a decade of experience in the educational arena, having served as a mathematics teacher, department chair, coordinator of academic initiatives, director of data and assessments, and data consultant.