The full suite of Open Up Resources’ High School curriculum offerings (Open Up High School Mathematics and Odell Education High School Literacy Program) has received the highest rating of “all-green” – Meeting Expectations from EdReports.
EdReports is an independent, nonprofit, educator-led curriculum reviewer of K-12 instructional materials.
Recently, Open Up Resources has partnered with Odell Education to offer its comprehensive language arts program as a part of OUR’s full suite of High School curricula.
On expanding OER offerings into High School core curricula, Open Up Resources CEO, Jessica Sliwerski, said she was excited to provide both Math and ELA materials high school educators can trust and enjoy using. “With Open Up High School Mathematics and Odell Education’s High School Literacy Program, we enter into a new phase of supporting secondary education classrooms with effective, culturally-rich materials designed to increase student outcomes.”
Open Up High School Mathematics achieved a green rating for EdReport’s Gateways: Focus and Coherence, and Rigor and Mathematical Practices and Usability for both the Traditional and Integrated series.
Travis Lemon, co-author of Open Up High School Mathematics and member of Mathematics Vision Project said: “It is great to see EdReports recognize the quality and value of Open Up High School Mathematics with ‘all-green’ in each gateway. These materials can significantly enhance classroom instruction and create critical opportunities for students to engage in rich and meaningful mathematical discourse as well as support students and teachers with engagement in all high-leverage practices for the learning and teaching of mathematics.”
Odell Education High School Literacy Program achieved a green rating for EdReport’s Gateways: Text Quality, Building Knowledge and Usability.
Judson Odell, Founder and CEO of Odell Education said: “Odell Education is grateful to EdReports for their detailed evaluation of our High School Literacy Program and very pleased that it meets their expectations. We are excited to bring our new literacy program to schools through our partnership with Open Up Resources.”