The very best
free and open.

Our nonprofit’s mission: to increase equity in education by making excellent, top-rated curricula freely available to districts.

Our core curricula are all:

Authored by experts

Foremost math and ELA leaders design curricula rooted in the standards.

Refined by teachers

Programs are polished through extensive in-classroom experience.

Designed for diverse classrooms

We incorporate advanced support for ELLs and students with disabilities.

Offered for free, as OER

Our openly-licensed curricula foster equal access to excellent materials.

Supported by thoughtful PD & services

A full-service professional learning suite supports meaningful shifts in teacher practice.

Available in digital & print

Suitable for 1:1 and non-digital classrooms, our materials meet you where you are.

Learn more about our core programs:

How do openly licensed core programs bring district savings?

Open Educational Resources (OER) are free to download and use. Districts using our freely-licensed curriculum can channel their savings on content towards investments in professional development, instructional coaching, and other teaching and learning supports.

We provide end-to-end adoption support.

Our materials have been designed for use as full-course curriculum, and we understand that districts seek support with effective and easy implementation.

Customized professional development

We tailor PD plans to focus on supporting teams —teachers and/or your own coaches and trainers —with all necessary shifts in practice.

Flexible classroom deployment

Whether you need low-cost printing services or LMS integration, we are prepared to support many technology scenarios.

Innovative teacher supports

Remote “phone-an-expert” support gives teachers timely assistance, and national professional learning communities foster peer support.

We’re adding new curricula in 2018.

We’ve announced our plans for six complete math & ELA core programs, covering grades K–12.

“While the exceptional quality of these materials is our primary focus, we are also drawn to the potential of materials that marry superior standards-alignment with affordability, as Open Educational Resources.”

Steve Holmes
Superintendent, Sunnyside Unified School District, AZ