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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.

ANet blog

As a mission-driven nonprofit organization, our primary concern is helping ensure equitable opportunity for all students.

Working alongside schools, we’ve learned that great teaching is grounded in standards, data, and insights shared among educators. We believe a blog can help us make a difference by spreading the ideas and effective practices of educators we work with.

We’re proud of the expertise our team has built over our ten years, and we'll be featuring contributions from ANetters across the org on topics in which they’ve immersed themselves.

Help us spread opportunity for all students: please share posts that you find valuable with your colleagues. And please add your thoughts in the comments: we would love this blog to facilitate knowledge-sharing in all directions.

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ANet assessments recognized for excellence in independent study

Becky Frutos

Almost everyone in education, especially teachers and school leaders, understands the importance of high-quality interim assessments to guide effective instruction. The problem is: How do you know which ones are best?

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Is that lesson delicious? Why a curriculum is like a cookbook

Jeff Odell

Good recipes don’t always turn out tasty. The same holds true of teaching: a good curriculum doesn’t necessarily lead to great instruction. Like that pecan pie, a curriculum needs to be studied, practiced, and adapted.

In order to empower teachers to use a new curriculum effectively, school leaders should set aside time to help their teachers do three things.

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