Materials Matter

We provide free reports that help you evaluate instructional materials because high-quality content matters to teachers, to kids, and to our collective future.

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Why We Care

At EdReports, we know materials matter for kids. Our mission is to increase the capacity of teachers, administrators, and leaders to seek, identify, and demand high-quality instructional materials to ensure students at all levels receive an excellent education.

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Student Learning

Rigorous college and career-ready standards can improve and deepen student learning. What is taught matters.

2

High Expectations for All

Not all students have the same access to high-quality instructional materials and this perpetuates the opportunity gap.

3

Equity

When teachers are provided with high-quality materials and aligned professional learning, this increases the opportunity for all students to learn and grow.

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