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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 core curricula, 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 support gives teachers timely assistance, and national professional learning communities foster peer support.

We’re adding new curricula!

We’ve announced our plans for more math & ELA core programs.

“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