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CUrriculum RAtings by TEachers (CURATE)

"We're looking for high-quality curricular materials aligned to Massachusetts standards. Do you have any advice?"

It's an important question, and one we hear frequently. The CURATE project is our response. We convene panels of Massachusetts teachers to review and rate evidence on the quality and alignment of specific curricular materials, then publish their findings here for educators across the Commonwealth to consult.

Click the links to the left for more information about CURATE, get an overview of CURATE's product ratings below, or dig into our fuller reports on each CURATE-reviewed product.


Overviews of ratings


Any product with an overall rating of Meets Expectations qualifies for a statewide master service agreement designed to streamline the procurement process for schools and districts choosing to adopt it. The table below shows products on the master service agreement as of our last web update; please note that other products may also be eligible and currently in the negotiation or approval process. Please contact Nechama Goldberg for more information about how to use this agreement.

Products with a Master Service Agreement
ProductVendorSubjectGrades
ARC CoreAmerican Reading CompanyELA/literacyK–2
Core Knowledge Language ArtsAmplifyELA/literacyK–2
EL EducationOpen Up ResourcesELA/literacyK–2
Wit & WisdomGreat MindsELA/literacyK–5
Middle School Math SolutionCarnegie LearningMath6–8
Amplify ScienceAmplifySTE6–8

 
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