Building on earlier Hewlett Foundation support, Achieve proposes to work with states and school districts to support the development, adoption, and use of high-quality instructional materials based on the Common Core. States and districts will train teacher leaders to identify existing materials to serve as models of instruction, adopt quality standards, and influence the creation and use of new instructional materials. This grant would also enable Achieve to address high-priority programmatic issues and opportunities, as well as strengthen its infrastructure across the entire organization.
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Grants to this Grantee
for support of state adoptions of OER materials
Achieve plans to work with a set of states to support training in OER tools and guidelines developed under a previous grant. The project also intends to merge its work with the EQuIP project to support states as they move toward adoption of next-generation digital resources.
for developing instructional materials and new state assessments
For developing instructional materials and new state assessments.
for a 22-state initiative to evaluate alignment of instructional materials to the Common Core
This national leader in standards-based school reform proposes to expand its work with states in support of the Common Core. With this grant, Achieve would drive the educational marketplace to make high-quality instructional materials widely available as OER, advancing our goal of improving the quality of curricular materials.