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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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Welcome Tennessee educators

Welcome to the network!

All of us at Achievement Network are excited to partner with you to do right by your students.

As a nonprofit made up of former teachers and school leaders, our only goal is to support you—and over 700 other schools—in your work to provide the best possible education and access to opportunity for your students. We exist to make your work easier and more effective.

The linked brochure provides an overview of our purpose—educational equity—and the main components of our support:

  • Flexible coaching, adapted to your needs and priorities. Our experienced coaches serve as thought partners to school leadership teams; they offer expertise with data-driven instruction; and they connect schools with ANet’s vast knowledge and resources.

  • The best available standards-aligned formative interim assessments, developed by our own team of specialists, that provide timely, actionable data.

  • Online resources that make it quick and easy to analyze assessment data, plan lessons, create targeted quizzes, and more.

  • Practical professional development designed by our Best Practices team from the successful work of educators throughout our network.

You can follow these links to learn more about ANet:

Again, welcome. We’re looking forward to helping you do great things for your students!


Sincerely,

Vaughn Thompson, executive director of ANet Tennessee