A new framework for developing and implementing clear district-wide support for teaching and learning
Findings from a 2017 survey about instructional materials usage among educators
Building confidence with JUMP Math’s guided discovery approach.
An honest reflection on Eureka Math's strengths and challenges
Finding unbiased information about instructional materials.
What does Eureka look like in the classroom?
Because we don’t want to confuse the math teachers…and other reasons we need high-quality instructional materials
Identifying excellence in instructional materials
How a district made the decision to select a new textbook provider instead of a long-used vendor
A Brookings Institution report explains how much we DON’T know about instructional materials in use in today’s classrooms.
An interview with Dr. Nikolai P. Vitti, Superintendent of Duval County Public Schools
New training modules on the IMET’s Non-Negotiables and Alignment Criteria
Achieve created a rubric and review process to facilitate peer reviews
Keep up-to-date with the latest media coverage of instructional materials
An SAP math specialist explains how small changes to the IMET can have a big impact on users
Why Louisiana chose to share all its curricular reviews online and where you can see the findings
What are the differences between a traditional review and an IMET review? A teacher who’s done both explains.
How Milwaukee built a review team that reflected the needs of the teachers and students
How Louisiana communicated its alignment concerns to publishers
Educators from Granite Falls uncovered benefits to reviewing that they hadn’t anticipated
When is the right time to use the IMET? Whether you’re purchasing, supplementing, designing, or simply building capacity, the IMET can help.
Reviewing instructional materials for CCSS alignment means looking for evidence of the Standards and the Shifts
As instructional materials reviews are made public, how should states and districts use that information?
Today’s review teams will function differently than review teams of the past, requiring new skills and experience
Selecting and training the review team
Advice on selecting and training strong review teams
Even when districts approach materials review processes from different perspectives – and with different objectives – collaboration provides important benefits
Even though many districts are not in a position to purchase new materials in the short-term, training reviewers now is a smart long-term investment
Welcome to Aligned, a publication dedicated to the conversation about Common Core-aligned instructional materials
Breaking district and state lines in the journey toward finding Common Core-aligned materials
Details Louisiana's instructional materials review process
Designed by some of the lead writers of the Common Core, the IMET is a free tool that states and districts are using to evaluate the alignment of instructional materials to the Common Core
One district leader explains how joining the Instructional Materials Task Force offered an opportunity for collaboration, professional development and deeper clarity on the Standards