Student Achievement Partners, Inc.

For Curriculum Unit Development Aligned With The Common Core State Standards And Available As OER

  • Amount
    $548,541
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/17/2014
  • Term
    14 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
Student Achievement Partners (SAP) is dedicated to raising student achievement through evidence-based work. SAP will work with Achieve, a non-profit organization, to undertake a one-year program to build district capacity to adapt and procure instructional materials aligned to college- and career-ready standards by identifying gaps in current instructional materials, supporting districts to adapt current materials, supplementing with replacement units, and building a model process for conducting this work. This grant advances deeper learning by building the capacity of educators to select instructional materials that require students to not only master content, but also learn to think critically and use content skills in ways that prepare them for the future. Additionally, this grant will bridge the foundation’s deeper learning and open educational objectives as the instructional materials generated by this partnership will be open and freely available.
About the Grantee
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58 East 11th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10003
Grants to this Grantee
for curriculum unit development aligned with the Common Core State Standards and available as OER  
Student Achievement Partners (SAP) is dedicated to raising student achievement through evidence-based work. SAP will work with Achieve, a non-profit organization, to undertake a one-year program to build district capacity to adapt and procure instructional materials aligned to college- and career-ready standards by identifying gaps in current instructional materials, supporting districts to adapt current materials, supplementing with replacement units, and building a model process for conducting this work. This grant advances deeper learning by building the capacity of educators to select instructional materials that require students to not only master content, but also learn to think critically and use content skills in ways that prepare them for the future. Additionally, this grant will bridge the foundation’s deeper learning and open educational objectives as the instructional materials generated by this partnership will be open and freely available.

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