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225 Friend Street, Suite 704
Boston, MA 02114

617-725-0000

ANet is a nonprofit dedicated to the premise that every child in America deserves an excellent education and the opportunities it provides. We pursue our vision of educational equality in America by helping schools boost student learning with great teaching that is grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

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Tools and resources

ANet provides you with practical guidance, user-friendly data tools, and resources screened for quality and alignment with rigorous standards.

Our online platform puts useful data at your fingertips.

Educators are busy—and not usually statisticians. What’s the point of collecting data unless it’s easy to access, easy to understand, and easy to use?

Achievement Network’s resources help elevate the level of instructional conversations in my school in a way that no other resource has.
— Anne Frey, instructional coach

ANet’s data reports and instructional resources are available through our online platform, myANet. Assessment data is available 48 hours after administration, and data is presented in an easy-to-use format that allows for quick and detailed analysis at the item, standard, student, teacher, grade, and school levels.  

This five-minute overview shows how myANet can help you be more efficient and effective.

In addition to data, myANet also connects educators with instructional resources  and best practices from other schools.  Our experienced team curates the best Common Core resources available and supplements them with internally created resources and those generously shared by our network of over 500 partner schools.  

  • Sample lessons and plans, organized by standard, help our partners turn their data into concrete action in the classroom. 
  • Sample assessment items and standards guides clarify standards, helping schools develop specific and consistent expectations for their students.
  • Guides to common student misconceptions help teachers make their teaching more powerful.

And having it all in one place, thoughtfully integrated by a team of former educators, saves precious time.


 
This tool should be in the hands of every school leader nationwide. Transformational.
— Principal, California